When he visited Denver as a free agent, cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie was struck by the Broncos’ honesty.
“The one thing that stood out when talking to everybody, they didn’t really just talk about what I can do as a player, they pointed out my flaws and told me how they can help me get better,” he said after signing.
At the time, Rodgers-Cromartie said his consistency was a big point of emphasis.
Tuesday at the NFL owners meetings, Head Coach John Fox echoed that sentiment.
“If you turn on a 60-play game, 30 of those plays he does stuff you can’t coach. On 30 of those plays you’re maybe not so happy,” Fox said. “But at the end of the day he’s got the skill set. We really liked him. We were very, very up-front with him. He understands. We’ll see where it takes us — him and us.”