Antonio Cromartie agrees to deal with Jets
|08.01.11 at 6:39 am ET|
After being spurned by prized free agent cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha, the Jets came to an agreement with controversial corner Antonio Cromartie. The New York Post reports that the deal is for four years and $32 million.
Cromartie had 42 tackles (41 solo), three interceptions and 17 passes defended last season, his first with the Jets after four seasons in San Diego. He also led the team in penalties and touchdown passes allowed.
The Jets are scheduled to hold their first practice of training camp Monday in Florham Park, N.J.
Tweeted Cromartie early Monday morning: Ok guys taking off c u guys at Florham Park God Bless u all…Jet sailing 2 be a JET…goodnight 2 some and good morning to others I’m out.
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