Antonio Cromartie

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Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 210
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College: Florida State
Birth Place: Tallahassee, Florida
Draft: 2006 1st round (19th pick) by the
  • Bruce Arians 'not looking forward' to game vs. Colts
    Cards Wire

    Bruce Arians 'not looking forward' to game vs. Colts

    The Arizona Cardinals will open their 2017 season on the road for two weeks. Their second game of the year will be a trip to Indianapolis to play the Colts. Coach Bruce Arians will face his friend Chuck Pagano, who hired him as offensive coordinator in 2012 and whose illness led to Arians filling in as interim coach and ultimately his getting hired by the Cardinals. While you might think Arians would be thrilled to face the Colts and Pagano, it is actually the opposite for him. “I’m not looking forward to going and playing them this year in Indianapolis because we played them here a couple of years ago and it’s no fun playing your friends,” he said on Fox Sports 910. “There’s just no winners.”

  • What are realistic expectations for Lions running game in 2017?
    Pride Of Detroit

    What are realistic expectations for Lions running game in 2017?

    The Detroit Lions had one of the worst running games in the NFL in 2016. They had the third-fewest rushing yards per game (81.9) while managing just 3.7 yards per carry, good for 27th in the league. Even with one of the most dynamic passing games, the Lions rushing attack could never seem to get itself off the ground. But at this point in the offseason, hope springs eternal. Many are expecting a big turnaround in the Lions running game. The health of Ameer Abdullah, who played in just six quarter last year, is the biggest reason for optimism in Detroit. However, the Lions also made some important additions at offensive line and at tight end that could really affect Detroit’s ability to run the

  • Colts set to begin Phase III of offseason training program
    Colts Wire

    Colts set to begin Phase III of offseason training program

    The Indianapolis Colts are set to begin the final phase of their offseason training program on Monday by opening up Phase III, otherwise known as organized team activities (OTAs). OTAs are both similar and dissimilar from the workouts that the team has been doing for over a month now. They haven’t been able to participate in live contact, which will continue in OTAs but there are more opportunities to partake in drills that give the coaches a better idea of what they are looking at. Phase III is broken up into 10 sessions and then followed by a three-day mini-camp, which is the last time the entire team will be together on the field until they return from their long break at the end of July for