Common sense tells me many money mis-managing athletes came before football player Antonio Cromartie, who appears to be on a mission to spread his seed as far across the US as possible; but I think he was the first to sound the I-make-millions-on-the-field-but-can’t-pay-my-child-support-alarm. In March 2010, the Jets had to give this man a $500,000 advance just so he could make outstanding child support payments to his nine children, fathered by eight women, in six states. What happened one month later? Baby number 10 came into the world; three months later, the 27-year-old married the child’s mother. Something tells me a pre-nup wasn’t needed.