The Arizona Cardinals announced that on Thursday, former New York Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie agreed on a one-year contract with the team, and pay per head sportsbooks saw that this came as very good news to many of the team’s fans.
The deal’s financial terms have not been disclosed.
Price per head services can see that Cromartie solidifies the Cardinal’s secondary as one of the best in the NFL, being an upgrade from Jerraud Powers across from Patrick Peterson.
The player, who’s very well known with pay per head sportsbooks, could also be Arizona’s answer to defending tight ends. Standing at 6-foot-2, he would match up better with players like the San Francisco 49ers’ Vernon Davis and the St. Louis Rams’ Jared Cook than Powers or any of Arizona’s safeties. And if Cromartie lined up across a tight end, possibly in the slot, Tyrann Mathieu can go to the corner spot on the edge after returning.
This offseason, the Jets released Cromartie instead of paying a roster bonus of $5 million. Pay per head sportsbooks found out that the player’s ouster was expected due to a prohibitive cap charge – $14.98 million – in his contract’s final year.
Cromartie said that the Jets did not try to renegotiate, but he also said that the team left open the possibility for his return.
Pay per head sportsbooks saw that the cornerback played as an alternate in the Pro Bowl, but he admittedly had a poor season. The player was set back the entire year by a hip-flexor injury, which limited his ability to turn and run with receivers.
He said that he now feels healthy and wants to play eight more years. He played with the Jets for four seasons after having arrived from a trade with the San Diego Chargers.
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Pay per head sportsbooks remember that 2012 was the player’s best season when he replaced an injured Darrelle Revis as the team’s No. 1 corner and made his career’s second Pro Bowl.