May 30, 2007
First round draft pick and former All-ACC first teamer Antonio Cromartie was back in Tallahassee and the San Diego Charger cornerback took a few minutes to sit down with Seminoles.com. Cromartie was a special teams standout for the AFC West Champions last season and also played a big role in the secondary. The rookie returned the seventh-longest kick-off in club history when he took one back versus the Raiders for 91 yards. Cromartie, who saw action in weeks 1-14 and recorded pass break ups against some off the NFL’s top receivers like Torry Holt and Rod Smith, talked about his rookie season in the NFL, playing with LaDainian Tomlinson and Philip Rivers and the changes on the FSU coaching staff.
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