Cromartie was released by the Colts, the Indianapolis Star reports. Cromartie was benched in the second half of Sunday's loss to the Jaguars, but this is still a surprise. The Colts have regained depth in the secondary with several players returning from injury, but it still seems like they could have used Cromartie in a reserve role.
Cromartie was a full participant in Thursday's practice after missing time during the week due to a ribs injury, Colts' writer Kevin Bowen reports. It was a shoulder injury that took Cromartie out of the Colts' Week 2 game against the Broncos, but it appears he may have suffered a minor rib injury as well. Regardless of the injury, his full participation likely means he won't be held out of the team's Week 3 tilt against San Diego.
Cromartie (hamstring) is active for Sunday's game against the Broncos, Mike Chappell of Fox 59 reports. With starting cornerbacks Vontae Davis and Patrick Robinson both inactive for Sunday's game, Cromartie, along with Darius Butler, will take on the responsibility of containing the Bronco's talented wide receiving corps.
Cromartie (hamstring) is considered questionable for Week 2's matchup against the Broncos. Cromartie has been limited throughout the week in practice, while his injury doesn't appear to be anything too serious. The Colts figure to try and get him on the field Sunday as their secondary is already very thin.
Cromartie (hamstring) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice. Cromartie's appearance on the injury report comes at poor timing for an Indianapolis secondary already dealing with a slew of injuries. While it's unclear when this setback occurred, as well as how severe it may be, his level of participation during this week's forthcoming practice sessions will shed more light on his status for Week 2.