Fishing with Antonio Cromartie: The San Diego Chargers Way

February 17, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It's a time of much uncertainty in San Diego.  Players are considering other options, with large sums of money are hanging over heads. At least we know who the head coach will be next season!
So with the early exit in the 2009 playoffs now well behind them and the focus shifting to the NFL Draft in April, veteran and more experienced players are beginning to feel the pinch in San Diego. Take defensive back Antonio Cromartie, the four year pro out of Florida State that has made a living racking up big plays for the Chargers, for example. He is now at the crossroads of his tenure with the team, as he faces a possible trade scenario or record-breaking deal.
Much like a fisherman, the San Diego Chargers have baited up their rods, placed Antonio Cromartie into the wide ocean that is the NFL, and are in hope of more than one or two bites for his presence. Instead of bites though, the Chargers are after money, and ultimately are seeking a running back for their new-look style offen...

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