Colts add Antonio Cromartie to secondary with 1-year deal

The next stop for cornerback Antonio Cromartie will be with the Indianapolis Colts. The veteran cornerback worked out for the Colts on Monday and the team announced a one-year deal later in the day.

Cromartie, who turned 32 in April, is set to enter his 11th season in the NFL and has been a durable and full-time starter for almost all of it. A first-round pick in the 2006 NFL Draft, Cromartie didn’t take over as a starter until his second season with the San Diego Chargers, but made a Pro Bowl despite starting only half of the team’s games.

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