Before releasing him, the Giants had asked Rodgers-Cromartie to take a pay cut, but he declined. Hill said head coach Bill Belichick is known for taking in quality players who don't align with the new leadership of another team.
He has spent his last four seasons with the Giants. And although his production dipped in 2017 quite significantly, Rodgers-Cromartie offers great value as a free safety for at least two more seasons in the NFL.
Janoris Jenkins remains the only proven cornerback on the Giants, with troubled Eli Apple still on the roster and potentially slated to replace Rodgers-Cromartie in the lineup. He followed up with six interceptions in 2016 and earned second-team All-Pro honours.
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Another veteran cornerback is on the market.
Rodgers-Cromartie signed a five-year deal worth up to $35 million with the Giants in 2014.
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Rodgers-Cromartie is a 10-year National Football League veteran who played for the Arizona Cardinals, Philadelphia Eagles, Denver Broncos and the Giants, where he spent the last four seasons of his career.
Ultimately, despite saying he was open to a position change and possible pay cut, Rodgers-Cromartie decided he wanted to return to the outside cornerback position and wasn't willing to take the sort of financial hit the Giants had requested.
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