Unstoppable, baby: NFL player Antonio Cromartie fathers twins after vasectomy

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NFL player Antonio Cromartie and wife Terricka welcomed a new pair of twins into the world Sunday. Pretty normal.

What's not normal is that Cromartie apparently fathered the twins after having had a vasectomy last year. The four-time Pro Bowler and current free agent got the procedure having fathered 10 kids already.

So now — post-vasectomy, mind you — Cromartie fathered his eleventh and twelfth children. Talk about unstoppable.

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"It took me a while to process it," Terricka, told US Weekly. "But Antonio stood firm and was saying, 'It's God's will.' And he's been excited the whole time."

J'adore Nayvi Cromartie was born about five minutes after her brother, Jynx Revell-Antonio Cromartie, according to US Weekly.

Cromartie has long been a topic of conversation among NFL fans for his personal life. In addition to his four children with Terricka, he's also reportedly fathered 8 additional kids with seven other women. The New York Post reported last year that he pays a total of $336,000 per year in child support.

After his latest were born Sunday, Cromartie used Twitter to tell those keeping count to back off.

US Weekly also reports Terricka will have her tubes tied to cap the family headcount for good this time around. Don't bet against Cromartie, though — he's already proved anything is possible.

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