If you think "Basketball Wives" is entertaining, your head might explode imagining the latest idea for a sports-related reality show.
A TV production company has decided it wants to put together a reality show around NFL player Antonio Cromartie's many children trying to co-exist as a modern family. The New York Post reports the Jets cornerback recently had his second child with his wife, but that doesn't even begin to tell the story.
Cromartie, 27, has a total of 10 children with eight women in six states across America. A majority of the mothers have teamed up so the kids can get to know their half brothers and sisters all over the country, thanks to a reality TV deal.
The NFL player has kids in New Jersey, North Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Texas and California, where he used to play for the Chargers.
Not surprisingly, Cromartie doesn't want his numerous children being featured on reality TV. He's blocked production of his show, despite the fact the many mothers claim they need the extra money. The women claim the show will help the kids bond with their half-siblings. Furthermore, they've asked for Antonio's support, but so far he's not budging.
Cromartie, whose contract with the Jets is worth more than $30 million, pays over $3,500 to each woman every month, with the exception of one.
With or without a reality show, let's hope that in the long run, Antonio at least remembers the names of all his kids, something he failed to do on HBO's "Hard Knocks" in 2010.
-- Follow Ben Maller on Twitter @BenMaller.
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