Antonio Cromartie rips Reggie Bush for Revis comment


We've been treated to some nice build-up toward Sunday's key AFC East showdown between the New York Jets and Miami Dolphins.

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To summarize: Rex Ryan said Reggie Bush should apologize to Darrelle Revis after Bush said the All-Pro's season-ending knee injury last month in Miami was "karma."

LaRon Landry said he was going headhunting. Aaron Maybin said he wanted to take Bush out ... and he didn't mean to dinner. Mike Pouncey said Maybin should pipe down.

On Friday, it was Antonio Cromartie's turn. The Jets cornerback had some words for Bush.

"I'm not going to say what I really want to say about Reggie Bush," Cromartie said, via The Associated Press.

He then proceeded to do just that.

"It's football, and injuries are going to happen," Cromartie said. "But for him to come out and say something like that, I mean, to me, it's unprofessional, and at the same time, it's not showing any kind of sportsmanship at all, so I mean I really could care less."

Bush injured his knee during the first matchup between the teams, a 23-20 overtime win for the Jets. This was after Ryan said heading into the game that his defense needed to put some "hot sauce" on Bush, a comment the Dolphins running back took to mean the Jets would try to injure him.

The bad blood is back in the Jets-Dolphins rivalry. This is a good thing.

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