Matt Spiegel of Chicago’s 670 The Score is reporting that the Chicago Bears plan to meet with veteran cornerback Antonio Cromartie today at Halas Hall.
The cornerback depth of the Bears took a hit this week when Kyle Fuller had to have arthroscopic knee surgery, with head coach John Fox calling him “week to week.” Bryce Callahan (CB/NB) missed last night’s game with a muscle strain to his hamstring and corner Jacoby Glenn left the game with a concussion.
Cromartie has played 10 years in the NFL, most recently with the New York Jets last season, when he started 15 games while defending 12 passes. The 32 year old has only missed 2 games in the last eight seasons, so durability hasn’t been a problem. The 6’2” Cromartie is an experienced press man corner with 133 total starts in 158 games.
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