Earlier this week Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie had some salty language to direct at the NFL players union and owners over the NFL labor dispute. According to quotes from SportsNews.com, Cromartie called the head union rep an explicit name. “They got their guys acting like a-holes,” he said. “So they just need to get their (expletive) together and just get it done.”

Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis disagreed with Cromartie in quotes from The Baltimore Sun.

Ray Lewis expressed solidarity days after Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie called out the leaders of the NFL and the NFL players union.

“Great leaders are servants first,” Lewis told ESPN. “That is who our leaders are. Players are not going to turn on each other. We are blessed with what we have and it is on all of us to keep it fair. I’m resolved to do that.”

Cromartie responded on twitter saying that there are tens of thousands of people who will lose jobs and that he “doesn’t give a who about Ray Lewis.”

Careful Antonio, that’s what Saturn said too. We all saw how that worked out.