Antonio Cromartie Still Blasting League, Union

New York Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie is not backing down off his criticism of the NFL and the NFLPA over the ongoing labor negotiations.

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"I don't give a who about Ray Lewis or [Darnell Dockett] talking about what I said," Cromartie said in a message posted on his Twitter account, according to the New York Daily News.

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"There's 10's of thousand ppl who will lose jobs. They taking our healthcare away and for players that have surgery can't even get rehab once March 3rd gets here."

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Cromartie ripped the league and the union Monday for the state of negotiations on a new collective bargaining agreement. If the sides cannot come to terms, players could be locked out when the current CBA expires March 4. Cromartie is a free agent, so his future is uncertain.

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Cromartie has blasted the way the negotiations have gone.

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"Especially when you don't get no information about nothing from the union or the owners," Cromartie said Monday. "So to tell you the truth they need to get their damn minds together and get this [expletive] done. Stop bitching about money. Money ain't nothing. Money can be here and gone. Us players, we want to go out and play football. It's something we've been doing and we love it and enjoy it. It's our livelihood."

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Well. Sure is nice of Antonio to spice up a pretty dull week.

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