New York Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie has once again made waves in the Twitter world. This isn’t a good thing for anybody, again.

By Robby Sabo

Although we all thought rookie head coach Todd Bowles put an end to Antonio Cromartie’s Twitter war days, that couldn’t be further from the truth.

Remember during the summer when Cromartie got into it with former New York Jets tight end Kellen Winslow Jr.? Well, it’s happening again in a different fashion.

In response to insulting tweets directed at Geno Smith and Cromartie, himself, the latter decided to put the following up on his personal Twitter account:

The intended target is the son of Jets tight end coach Jimmie Johnson who reportedly posted an insulting tweet along with a photo with the words “Cromartie with two of his 15 kids.” Another tweet followed from the same Twitter account saying “Yo f— you Cro you weak a– b—- You gonna be playing till you 60 to pay all that child support.”

Johnson’s son was granted locker room access following the Jets 24-17 loss against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday. This is where the initial tweeted photo of Cromartie came from.

Once Cro caught wind of the tweet, he responded with the previously mentioned tweet and Johnson’s son apologized.

Yes this is life. There’s only a few things certain: death, taxes and the fact that Antonio Cromartie will always be involved in Twitter battles – whether it’s his fault or not.

NEXT: Jets Lose First Game Of Season, 24-17 Against Eagles


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