Cromartie expects to be a cap casualty

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The Antonio Cromartie era in New York may be coming to a close. Cromartie admitted he expects to be a cap casualty this offseason. “I think I (will be),” Cromartie said on NBC Sports Network. “Just because my cap number is very high. And I had one of the worst seasons of my career this past year.” … “I just had a bad year,” Cromartie added. “That falls heavily on me and no one else.” Under his current deal, Cromartie is scheduled to carry a team-high cap number of $14.98 million, according to He is due a $5 million roster bonus in March, which is when the team will have to make a decision by. If he is cut, he could still return to the Jets on a cheaper deal. Does he expect to be back on the Jets? “That’s the plan,” Cromartie said. “I’m not guaranteeing it.”




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