Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie

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Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie
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Rodgers-Cromartie with the Washington Redskins in 2019
No. 29, 23, 45, 21, 41
Position:Cornerback
Personal information
Born: (1986-04-07) April 7, 1986 (age 37)
Bradenton, Florida, U.S.
Height:6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Weight:205 lb (93 kg)
Career information
High school:Lakewood Ranch (Bradenton, Florida)
College:Tennessee State (2004–2007)
NFL draft:2008 / Round: 1 / Pick: 16
Career history
Career highlights and awards
Career NFL statistics
Total tackles:455
Sacks:2.5
Forced fumbles:7
Fumble recoveries:2
Interceptions:30
Defensive touchdowns:7
Player stats at NFL.com · PFR

Dominique Reshard Rodgers-Cromartie (born April 7, 1986) is an American former professional football player who was a cornerback for 11 years in the National Football League (NFL). He played college football for the Tennessee State Tigers, and was selected by the Arizona Cardinals in the first round of the 2008 NFL Draft. Rodgers-Cromartie has also played for the Philadelphia Eagles, Denver Broncos, New York Giants, Oakland Raiders, and Washington Redskins. He was selected for the Pro Bowl in 2009 and 2015. In 2023, Rodgers-Cromartie became the most notable free agent in A7FL history, joining the Tampa Nightcrawlers for their playoff run.

Early years[edit]

Rodgers-Cromartie is of Haitian descent.[1][2] He was born with a non-functioning kidney that was removed when he was 8 years old.[3] He attended three high schools, including spending his sophomore year at Lake Highland Preparatory School in Orlando, Florida, before enrolling at Lakewood Ranch High School in Bradenton, Florida,[4] where he first received playing time; and where he was an All-Area, All-Class 5A, and All-District 11 defensive back and wide receiver. He also competed as a jumper and sprinter on the school's track team. He was named the most underrated prospect in Florida by the High School Recruiting Report.[citation needed]

College career[edit]

While attending Tennessee State University, Rodgers-Cromartie played for the Tennessee State Tigers football team from 2004 to 2007.[5][6]

In 39 starts for the Tigers, opposing quarterbacks completed just 55 of 161 passes (34.16%) thrown near Rodgers-Cromartie. He intercepted 11 of those throws, deflected 25 and held the opposition to a minuscule 3.54 yards per pass attempt, the best of any collegiate defensive back over his three seasons.[citation needed]

He is a member of Phi Beta Sigma fraternity.[7]

Track and field[edit]

Rodgers-Cromartie was also a standout performer for the track team. Juggling football spring drills with the indoor and outdoor track seasons in 2007, he qualified for the NCAA Mid-East Regionals after he captured the Ohio Valley Conference long jump title, with a mark of 7.71 meters.[citation needed] In his second outdoor event, he was named OVC Male Athlete of the Week after finishing third at the Penn Relays with a conference-best long jump of 7.56 meters.[citation needed]

At the OVC Indoor Track Championships, Rodgers-Cromartie was named the top male athlete. He won the 60-meter dash with a time of 6.89 seconds, long jump with a mark of 7.71 meters and high jump with a mark of 2.07 meters and finished second in the triple jump with a mark of 14.83 meters.[citation needed] He performed most of the indoor season while nursing an ankle sprain.[citation needed] He also competed in the 100 meters, posting a career-best time of 10.75 seconds while he was at Lakewood Ranch High School.[8]

Professional career[edit]

Rodgers-Cromartie drew relatively little draft interest because his team played generally lackluster teams, and because of weak technique. However, he impressed scouts during Senior Bowl week, performing very well during the arranged practices, and was named defensive MVP for the game.[9][10] A 4.29 40-yard dash at the NFL combine was among some of the fastest times in event history.[11]

Pre-draft measurables
Height Weight Arm length Hand span 40-yard dash 10-yard split 20-yard split 20-yard shuttle Three-cone drill Vertical jump Broad jump Bench press
6 ft 1+12 in
(1.87 m)
184 lb
(83 kg)
32+34 in
(0.83 m)
9+14 in
(0.23 m)
4.29 s 1.49 s 2.51 s 4.14 s 6.63 s 38.5 in
(0.98 m)
10 ft 11 in
(3.33 m)
17 reps
All values from NFL Combine/Pro Day[12][13][14]

Arizona Cardinals[edit]

Rodgers-Cromartie was drafted by the Arizona Cardinals in the first round (16th overall) of the 2008 NFL Draft.[15] On July 25, 2008, he signed a five-year, $15.1 million contract with the team that included $9 million guaranteed. He wore number 29. Rodgers-Cromartie was named the starting nickelback for the 2008 season, behind starters Roderick Hood and Eric Green. In Week 11 against the Seattle Seahawks, he recorded two interceptions off Matt Hasselbeck, the second interception securing a Cardinals 26–20 victory.[16] In Week 14 against the St. Louis Rams, Rodgers-Cromartie returned a late fourth quarter interception 99 yards for a touchdown, ensuring a Cardinals victory and subsequent NFC West title.[17][18] In the Wild Card Round between the Arizona Cardinals and Atlanta Falcons, Rodgers-Cromartie intercepted a pass from Matt Ryan.[19] In the Divisional Round versus the Carolina Panthers, he intercepted a pass from Jake Delhomme in the red zone during the second quarter.[20] Rodgers-Cromartie helped the Cardinals reach the Super Bowl for the first time in franchise history after they defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 32–25 in the NFC Championship.[21] In Super Bowl XLIII, Rodgers-Cromartie had five tackles and two passes defended, as the Cardinals lost 27–23 to the Pittsburgh Steelers.[22]

Rodgers-Cromartie recorded 50 tackles (48 solo), 25 passes defended, and six interceptions in the 2009 NFL regular season.[23] In the Wild Card Round of the playoffs, he intercepted Green Bay's Aaron Rodgers on the first play of the game to set up a Cardinals touchdown.[24] He was selected as a reserve to the 2010 Pro Bowl.[25] He did not participate in the game due to an injury sustained in the Divisional Round loss to the New Orleans Saints.[26]

In the 2010 season, he recorded 44 total tackles and three interceptions, two of which were returned for touchdowns.[27] As of 2018, his three postseason interceptions remained a Cardinals franchise record shared with Aeneas Williams.[28]

Philadelphia Eagles[edit]

On July 28, 2011, Rodgers-Cromartie was traded, along with a second round pick, to the Philadelphia Eagles for quarterback Kevin Kolb.[29] He was assigned #23. He registered zero interceptions in his first season with the Eagles, while playing mostly the nickel. His play stepped up considerably in the last four games of the year.[30]

On August 17, 2012, Rodgers-Cromartie was fined $21,000 for hitting Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Byron Leftwich in the head and neck during the preseason.[31]

In the 2012 season, he recorded 51 total tackles and three interceptions.[32]

Denver Broncos[edit]

Rodgers-Cromartie with the Denver Broncos in 2013.

On March 13, 2013, Rodgers-Cromartie signed a one-year, $5 million contract with the Denver Broncos.[33] He was assigned number 45, which he wore at Tennessee State.

In his second game as a member of the Broncos, Rodgers-Cromartie intercepted Eli Manning in the closing seconds of the first half, in a win against the New York Giants.[34] In week 8, Rodgers-Cromartie intercepted Kirk Cousins, and returned it back 75 yards for a touchdown in a 45–21 win against the Washington Redskins.[35] His third interception came against Matt Schaub and the Houston Texans in week 16, in a 37–13 win.[36]

The Broncos advanced to Super Bowl XLVIII after they defeated the New England Patriots 26–16 in the AFC Championship.[37] In the Super Bowl, Rodgers-Cromartie had one tackle as the Broncos lost 43–8 to the Seattle Seahawks.[38]

Rodgers-Cromartie finished his only season with the Broncos with 31 tackles and three interceptions.[39]

New York Giants[edit]

On March 17, 2014, Rodgers-Cromartie signed a five-year contract with the New York Giants worth $35 million, with $11.98 million guaranteed.[40][41][42]

On September 21, 2014, Rodgers-Cromartie recorded three tackles and an interception against the Houston Texans.[43] He recorded his first interception of the season (20th career), picking off Ryan Fitzpatrick and returning it for 10 yards.[44] On December 7, 2014, Rodgers-Cromartie recorded an interception against the Tennessee Titans by picking off Zach Mettenberger and returning it 36 yards for a touchdown.[45] In the 2014 season, Rodgers-Cromartie had 38 total tackles and two interceptions while also having 12 pass deflections.[46]

On June 9, 2015, Rodgers-Cromartie changed to jersey number 41, giving the #21 to Landon Collins.[47] This was his fifth time changing his number in his career.[47]

On October 25, 2015, Rodgers-Cromartie recorded two tackles, two interceptions, and a touchdown against the Dallas Cowboys.[48] He picked off Matt Cassel twice, returning one 58 yards for a touchdown, and the other one for 12 yards.[49][50] On November 1, 2015, Rodgers-Cromartie recorded six tackles and an interception against the New Orleans Saints.[51] He recorded his 24th career interception, picking off Drew Brees and returning it two yards.[52] In Rodgers-Cromartie's second season with the Giants he had a career-high 58 tackles. Rodgers-Cromartie also had two forced fumbles, three interceptions and 13 pass deflections.[53] On January 26, 2016, he was named to his second Pro Bowl, replacing the New England Patriots' Malcolm Butler.[54]

Rodgers-Cromartie intercepts a pass against the Los Angeles Rams in London in 2016.
Rodgers-Cromartie at the 2016 Pro Bowl

On October 23, 2016, Rodgers-Cromartie recorded four tackles and two interceptions against the Los Angeles Rams.[55] He recorded his 25th and 26th career interceptions, picking off Case Keenum twice, catching both in the endzone for touchbacks.[56][57] He recorded his fifth multi-interception game of his career. On December 18, 2016, Rodgers-Cromartie recorded seven tackles and an interception against the Detroit Lions.[58] He recorded his third interception of the season (27th career), picking off Matthew Stafford in the endzone for a touchback.[59] On December 22, 2016, Rodgers-Cromartie recorded two tackles and an interception against the Philadelphia Eagles.[60] He recorded his fourth interception of the season (28th career), picking off Carson Wentz for no gain.[61] His last interceptions of the season were against Kirk Cousins and the Washington Redskins twice to win the game. He recorded his 30th of his career and sixth of the season.[62] He finished the 2016 season with one sack, 49 total tackles, six interceptions, 21 passes defended, and one forced fumble.[63]

On October 11, 2017, the Giants temporarily suspended Rodgers-Cromartie after he had an unexcused leave from the team's facility. The suspension triggered when Rodgers-Cromartie argued with head coach Ben McAdoo about being pulled from the previous game in Week 5. Later on, it was revealed that Cromartie only left facility after McAdoo told him that he was suspended.[64] The next day, on October 12, the Giants officially announced that Rodgers-Cromartie would be suspended indefinitely.[65][66] He was reinstated from his suspension on October 17.[67][68] In the 2017 season, he had .5 sacks, 48 total tackles, and one pass defended.[69]

During the 2018 offseason, the Giants announced that Rodgers-Cromartie would be moved to safety.[70] On March 11, 2018, he was released by the Giants, saving them $6.5 million in cap space.[71]

Oakland Raiders[edit]

On August 23, 2018, Rodgers-Cromartie signed with the Oakland Raiders.[72] On October 30, 2018, Rodgers-Cromartie announced his retirement.[73] He played in seven games and started one in the 2018 season.[74]

Washington Redskins[edit]

Rodgers-Cromartie came out of retirement to sign with the Washington Redskins on March 15, 2019.[75] He played in two games and was placed on injured reserve on September 18, 2019, after suffering a torn ligament in his ankle.[76][77]

A7FL[edit]

After spending four years away from professional football, Rodgers-Cromartie signed with the Tampa Nightcrawlers of the A7FL in 2023 to play with them for their playoff run.[78] Rodgers-Cromartie became the first major former NFL starter to sign with the league. In his first game with the A7FL, Rodgers-Cromartie contributed 4 tackles in an 84–6 win over the O-Town Orange, leading the Nightcrawlers to the Florida division title.[citation needed]

NFL career statistics[edit]

Year Team Games Tackles Fumbles Interceptions
GP GS Cmb Solo Ast Sck FF FR Yds Int Yds Avg Lng TD PD
2008 ARI 16 11 42 38 4 0.0 0 1 0 4 157 39.2 99 1 19
2009 ARI 16 16 50 48 2 0.0 3 0 0 6 77 12.8 49 1 25
2010 ARI 16 16 44 42 2 0.0 0 0 0 3 86 28.7 32 2 17
2011 PHI 13 3 28 26 2 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 6
2012 PHI 16 16 51 43 8 0.0 0 0 0 3 14 4.7 14 0 17
2013 DEN 15 13 31 25 6 0.0 0 0 0 3 75 25.0 75 1 14
2014 NYG 16 15 38 36 2 0.0 0 0 0 2 26 13.0 16 0 12
2015 NYG 15 15 58 52 6 0.0 2 1 57 3 72 24.0 58 1 13
2016 NYG 15 9 49 41 8 1.0 1 0 0 6 28 4.7 28 0 21
2017 NYG 15 5 48 31 17 0.5 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 1
2018 OAK 7 1 8 8 0 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 2
2019 WAS 2 1 7 5 2 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0
Career 162 121 454 395 59 2.5 7 2 57 30 535 16.9 99 6 147

Personal life[edit]

He is the cousin of cornerbacks Antonio Cromartie, Marcus Cromartie, and Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Isaiah Rodgers.[79][80] His father Stanley was also a former assistant coach for the Bethune–Cookman Wildcats men's basketball team.[79]

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