Antonio Cromartie

Indianapolis Colts #31 - Cornerback

  • Born: 04/15/84
  • Age: 37
  • Height: 6'2"
  • Weight: 210
  • Seasons: 2006

Super Bowl etiquette for 2021 on social media, or if you venture out

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Updated for 2021, BAD sheds light on what can ruin the greatest day of the football year.

5 key moments that led the Giants to Super Bowl XLVI

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Let’s take a fun stroll down memory lane

Xavien Howard, Jason Sanders, Jakeem Grant named 2020 All-Pros

The Associated Press released their 2020 All-Pro list on Friday, with two members of the Miami Dolphins finding their names on the list. On the first team listing, cornerback Xavien Howard and...

A New League And A New Team Part 4

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AFL Series #4

New York Jets Flight Connections 9/26/20

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Good morning, GGN! It’s week three of the NFL season and already the Jets are out of it. With the Colts and their number one defense on the schedule this week and pretty much every viable wide...

Matchup History: Florida State as an 0-1 football team

How did FSU fare the other 20 seasons they lost the opener?

Scouting Jets wide receiver Donte Moncrief

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Last week, the Jets addressed increasing concerns about their wide receiver depth by signing veteran wide receiver Donte Moncrief. We’re therefore going to take an in-depth look at his film and...

Which former Jets should have moved to another position?

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Over the years the Jets have had lots of talented athletes that have gone on to play multiple positions. Joe Klecko was famously a pro bowler at three different positions, Damien Woody excelled at...

Chargers select CB Brent Grimes in 2006 re-draft

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The Bolts end up drafting the longtime defender that registered 132 starts in 12 years.

Developing Story: The Adams Saga Gets Cloudy With Gase’s Name Entering The Arena

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The volatile situation regarding disgruntled safety, Jamal Adams, and Jets management has taken an interesting turn. At 2:20 today, Antonio Cromartie may have let loose some valuable information. ...

The Bear’s Den, June 19, 2020

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It’s the Juneteenth Den for 2020, we have defensive coaches interviews and a whole lot more.