Antonio Cromartie, the guy who can't remember all of his kids names has a job in the NFL again.
He signed a one-year deal with the Indianapolis Colts today in an effort to replace cornerback Vontae Davis, who is dealing with a sprained knee. Additionally, Patrick Robinson, the other starting cornerback, is hampered by a groin injury.
Cromartie, while in the twilight of his career, could provide some insurance until Davis and Robinson return from their injuries. What's more, reserve corners Darius Butler and D'Juon Smith are also dealing with injuries, so the signing of Cromartie isn't surprising.
Cromartie played for the New York Jets last season and was fairly unsuccessful in his return to the Big Apple. The Jets released him on Feb. 21 and he had been without a team from that point on.
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