Jim Rome: 'I want Antonio Cromartie to stop making babies'

By Ryan Wilson | CBSSports.com
Cromartie nixed a reality show about the mothers of some of his children. (Getty Images)

Terricka Cason, the wife of Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie, announced on Twitter earlier this week that the couple is expecting twins. That'll be kids No. 11 and 12 for Cromartie -- four with Cason and eight with seven other women.

Last week, several of the mothers to Cromartie's children were looking to make a reality show around a common theme -- Cromartie. They claimed that, in addition to the half-siblings getting to know each other, the women could used the extra money. Cromartie, who pays six of the women at least $3,500 a month, nixed the show.

After hearing that Cromartie and Cason are expecting twins, CBS Sports Network's Jim Rome offers the Jets' cornerback some free medical advice:

Cromartie signed a four-year, $32 million contract last fall and one of the mothers to his children is looking for a bigger chunk of change.

“He can afford it, even after taxes,” attorney Eraka Watson told the New York Post Wednesday. Watson represents Latoya Burley, who has two children with Cromartie. “Even if he gave an increase to all of the children, he would still be doing phenomenally well,” she said.

As it stands, Cromartie pays at least $252,000 a year in child support. The going rate for a vasectomy: $1,000. And while the procedure doesn't magically undo previous pregnancies, it will save Cromartie from having to dole out more child support payments in the future.

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