Antonio Cromartie, the virile Jets cornerback, has agreed to a four-year deal to return to Gang Green. According to the Post, the Jets will pay him $32 million (that doesn't seem like a hometown discount!), which probably makes up for them trying to get free agent Nnamdi Asomugha (who went to the Eagles) to replace him.

The Daily News reports that after the Jets lost out on Asomugha on Thursday night, "owner Woody Johnson talked to Cromartie the night Nnamdi-mania concluded, telling him that the team wanted him back. Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum, Rex Ryan and several other members of the coaching staff also spoke to Cromartie and expressed their desire to bring him back."

Cromartie Tweeted earlier today, "They say Cro is back, Cro is back all #GangGreen fans say is I'm on my FLT headed home glad 2 b a JET...let's go win a Superbowl" and then "Ok guys taking off c u guys at Florham Park...God Bless u all...Jet sailing 2 be a JET...goodnight 2 some and good morning to others I'm out."

The Jets signed former Giant Plaxico Burress to a $3-million, one-year deal; we think Rex Ryan deserves a snack now.