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Jets Cornerback and Father of 10, Antonio Cromartie Jokes About Child Support Card

Jets Cornerback and Father of 10, Antonio Cromartie Jokes About Child Support Card

New York Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie had a vasectomy after fathering 10 children with eight different women.

Needless to say it didn’t do his image as a professional football player any good…

But luckily Cromartie can still see the funny side of his reported promiscuity, as he took to Instagram this week to joke about how much he has to spend on his kids.

Cromartie, who was part of the Jets team which failed to make it to the play-offs after losing to the Bills last week, commented on a picture of a “new child support card”.

The idea behind the card was that it would control what mothers can and can’t buy with their child support money.

And considering Cromartie is most-likely spending an absolute fortune, it seemed only fitting that the former Chargers player admitted he’d like to sign up for the card:

 

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The Jets begun the expected process of rebooting their coaching staff after failing to make the playoffs.

Special teams coordinator Bobby April, assistant special teams coach Steve Hagen and assistant offensive line coach Ron Heller have all been let go.

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