Newark, NJ - It looks like Antonio Cromartie will be staying with the New York Jets.
The Star-Ledger reports that the Jets have agreed to terms on a contract with the free-agent cornerback.
Bringing back Cromartie was essential once the Eagles won the Nnamdi Asomugha sweepstakes on Friday. New York did just that with a reported four-year deal worth $32 million.
The Jets acquired Cromartie last March in a trade with the Chargers. The Florida State product played well opposite Darrelle Revis, recording 42 tackles and three interceptions in 15 games.
He missed the only game of his NFL career last season.
The 27-year-old Cromartie was San Diego's first-round draft choice in 2006. He recorded 15 interceptions during his time with the Chargers.
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