The 28-year-old is in the prime of his career and he gives the Giants probably their best shutdown cornerback in years. Now entering his seventh season, Rodgers-Cromartie makes plays.
John Idzik is not going to get into the good graces of a lot of Jets fans until he fixes the team’s secondary. Stories like the following are not going to make his detractors any more forgiving.
Coming off his best season, New York Giants safety Antrel Rolle has reason to smile.
Free agent cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie heads a group of new Giants’ defensive backs that have the look and pedigree to make New York’s secondary the strength of the team’s defense. Adding DRC to a talented group that already included Antrel Rolle, Prince Amukamara and Stevie Brown puts Big Blue at the top of the list of the NFL’s best secondaries
Antrel Rolle has a Super Bowl ring. So does Prince Amukamara. And newcomer Walter Thurmond. Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie knows the ropes. Now, they all need to blend together.
At this point, with little left on the open market, Jets GM John Idzik looks like a hitchhiker on a lonely road; his thumb out, looking for a ride.
Who would have thought GM John Idzik would be so polarizing? Who does he think he is — Tim Tebow?
The Giants are remaking themselves with a lot of the new and a little bit of the old. That’s not to say Mario Manningham is by any means old.
Big Blue continued its impressive offseason revamping on Monday, agreeing to terms on a five-year, $39 million contract with free agent Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, ESPN reported.
Some fans are getting restless as more and more Jets targets are agreeing to suit up elsewhere. It seems coach Rex Ryan feels their pain — at least when it comes to the future of Ro-Cro.
The Giants have reached an agreement with the former Seahawks cornerback on a one-year contract, according to multiple reports.
Prominent Denver Broncos are planning what will happen next after a Super Bowl win or loss. For Peyton Manning, retirement could be the next step.
The Giants’ offensive game-plan was far too predictable. In most cases, Eli has proven he’s capable of carrying the Giants’ hopes with his magical arm, but what he needed was a little help from his running backs.