Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie
CB #41
Height:
6-2
Weight:
205
Age:
31
College:
Tennessee State
Hometown:
Bradenton, FL
Experience:
10

Quick Stats (2016):

TCKL
49
SCK
1.0
FF
1
INT
6

Biography

TRANSACTIONS:
-    Originally a first-round (16th pick overall) draft choice by the Arizona Cardinals in 2008…Traded (with a 2nd-round draft choice) to the Philadelphia Eagles for quarterback Kevin Kolb on July 28, 2011…Signed as a free agent by the Denver Broncos on March 14, 2013…Signed as a free agent by the Giants on March 17, 2014.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
-    Rodgers-Cromartie has played in 138 regular-season games with 114 starts, and has started all 10 postseason games in which he played…His career totals include 389 tackles (348 solo), 143 passes defensed, and 30 interceptions that he has returned for 535 yards (17.8-yard avg.) and 6 touchdowns, 6 forced fumbles, and 1 fumble recovery…In the postseason, he has 34 tackles (32 solo), 3 interceptions and 15 passes defensed…Including postseason games, DRC’s teams are 24-3 when he intercepts at least 1 pass.
-    In 2016, Dominique-Rodgers played in 15 regular-season games with 9 starts, and started the NFC Wild Card Game…Did not play at Minnesota (10/3)…Was selected 2nd-team All-Pro by the AP…Led the Giants and was tied for 2nd in the NFL (with Kansas City’s Marcus Peters and Houston’s Quintin Demps) with 6 interceptions, and twice had 2 interceptions in a game (at Los Angeles and at Washington). The 6 picks matched the career-high he set as a 2nd-year pro with Arizona in 2009…Rodgers-Cromartie was the first Giants player with 6 interceptions in a season since safety Antrel Rolle in 2013…Also contributed 49 tackles (41 solo), a team-high 21 passes defensed, and a sack.
-    Rodgers-Cromartie started the season opener in Dallas (9/11) at left cornerback and had 4 solo tackles and 2 passes defensed…He had 2 solo stops in each of the next 2 games, vs. New Orleans (10/18) and vs. Washington (10/25)…Started at left corner and recorded a season-high 6 solo tackles, and tied his season-high with 3 passes defensed – a total he reached 3 times - vs. Baltimore (10/16).
-    In a victory vs. the Rams in London (10/23), DRC had 4 solo tackles, 3 passes defensed, and intercepted Case Keenum in the end zone on each of the Rams’ final 2 possessions to preserve the Giants’ 7-point victory. It was the 4th multiple-interception game of his career and first since Oct. 25, 2015, when he twice picked off Dallas’ Matt Cassel in the end zone in MetLife Stadium.
-    Safety Landon Collins also intercepted 2 Keenum passes, including 1 he returned for a touchdown…DRC and Collins were the first pair of teammates with multiple interceptions each in a single game since Seattle’s Byron Maxwell and Richard Sherman in Week 15 of the 2013 season - ironically, against the Giants in MetLife Stadium. They were the first Giants duo to accomplish the feat since Kenny Hill and Terry Kinard vs. San Diego on Sept. 14, 1986.
-    Rodgers-Cromartie had 5 tackles (3 solo) and 2 passes defensed vs. Dallas (12/11), and a season-high 7 tackles (5 solo), 3 passes defensed and a game-clinching end zone interception of a Matthew Stafford pass with 1:58 remaining vs. Detroit (12/18)…Contributed 2 solo stops, 2 passes defensed, and an interception at Philadelphia (12/22).  
-    Earned his 2nd career Defensive Player of the Week award for his performance in a season-ending victory at Washington (1/1), intercepting 2 Kirk Cousins passes and picking up the second sack of his 9-year career…Picked off a Cousins pass with 4:06 remaining in the 3rd quarter and another with 1:12 remaining in the 4th quarter to effectively end the game. That increased DRC’s total to a team-leading 6 interceptions…Sacked Cousins for a 9-yard loss late in the second quarter. DRC’s only other sack was on Nov. 13, 2011, when he played for Philadelphia and dropped Arizona’s John Skelton for a 7-yard loss.
-    He was previously honored as the NFC Defensive Player of the Week in Week 5 of the 2009 season, when, as a member of the Cardinals, he intercepted a Matt Schaub pass with 2:20 remaining in the 4th quarter and returning it 49 yards for the game-winning touchdown vs. Houston.
-    In 2015, Rodgers-Cromartie was selected to play in his 2nd Pro Bowl, and first since 2009…Started all 15 games in which he played at left cornerback…Was inactive vs. Washington (9/24) with a concussion…Finished with 589tackles (52 solo), 3 interceptions (tying him for the team lead), a team-high 13 passes defensed, 2 forced fumbles and 1 fumble recovery. He returned 1 of the interceptions and the fumble for touchdowns.
-    DRC scored the Giants’ first touchdown of the season at Dallas (9/13) on a 57-yard return of a Cole Beasley fumble that was forced by Trumaine McBride. It was the Giants’ first defensive touchdown since Markus Kuhn’s 26-yard fumble return at Tennessee on Dec. 7, 2014…Rodgers-Cromartie accounted for the Giants’ longest fumble return touchdown since Michael Boley’s 70-yarder vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 4, 2012…It was DRC’s first career recovery of an opponent’s fumble. His only previous recovery occurred in the final game of his 2008 rookie season with Arizona, when he recovered his own fumble after intercepting a pass by Seattle’s Seneca Wallace…Rodgers-Cromartie also had 6 solo tackles in the game…Registered 4 tackles (3 solo) at Buffalo (10/4), 6 tackles (4 solo) vs. San Francisco (10/11), and 4 solo stops at Philadelphia (10/19).
-    Rodgers-Cromartie had 2 solo tackles and intercepted 2 Matt Cassel passes vs. Dallas (10/25)…Returned the first of those picks 58 yards for a touchdown…It was the Giants’ first touchdown on an interception return since Dec. 22, 2013, when Will Hill picked off a Matthew Stafford pass in Detroit and brought it back 38 yards for a score…DRC’s 58-yard runback was the Giants’ longest interception return since Terrell Thomas’ 65-yarder vs. Oakland on Nov. 10, 2013. It was the Giants’ longest touchdown on an interception return since Kevin Dockery’s 96-yarder at Dallas on Oct. 23, 2006…The touchdown was the 7th of Rodgers-Cromartie’s career (6 interception returns, 1 fumble return). His most recent pick-6 on Oct. 27, 2013 when he was with Denver, against Washington.
-    The 2 interceptions tied DRC’s career high, achieved twice previously (and matched vs. the Rams on Oct. 23, 2016). He had 2 picks on Nov. 23, 2008, his rookie season, for Arizona at Seattle (Matt Hasselbeck was the quarterback), and Sept. 9, 2012, for Philadelphia at Cleveland (off of Brandon Weeden, who had started the previous 3 games for Dallas before he was replaced by Cassel)…Rodgers-Cromartie was the first Giants defender with 2 interceptions in a game since Trumaine McBride’s 2 picks vs. Washington on Sept. 29, 2013.
-    DRC had 6 solo tackles at New Orleans (11/1) and a season-high 7 solo stops vs. New England (11/15)…Had 5 stops (2 solo) vs. the Jets (12/6) and 4 solo tackles at Minnesota (12/27).  
-    In his first season with the Giants in 2014, Rodgers-Cromartie played in all 16 games with 15 starts at left cornerback…Did not start at Dallas (10/19) due to back and hamstring injuries…Finished season with 38 tackles (36 solo), 2 interceptions and a team-high 12 passes defensed,
-    Made his Giants debut with 4 solo tackles and 2 passes defensed at Detroit (9/8)…Collected 5 solo tackles and 2 passes defensed vs. Arizona (9/14)…Had 3 solo tackles and intercepted a Ryan Fitzpatrick pass vs. Houston (9/21)…Matched his season high with 5 solo tackles vs. Dallas (11/23)…Intercepted a Zach Mettenberger pass and returned it 16 yards at Tennessee (12/7)…Tallied 4 solo tackles and a pass defensed vs. Washington (12/14).
-    In 2013, he played in 15 regular-season games with 13 starts at right cornerback and he started all 3 of Denver’s postseason games…Finished the season with 31 tackles (25 solo), a team-high 14 passes defensed and tied for the Broncos lead with 3 interceptions…Recorded his first Broncos interception when he picked off Eli Manning’s pass in the end zone at the end of the first half at the Giants (9/15)...Broke up a pair of passes against his former team in a win vs. Philadelphia (9/29)…Intercepted a Kirk Cousins pass and returned it 75 yards for a touchdown vs. Washington (10/27)...Had a season-high 5 tackles vs. both the Giants (3 solo) and Redskins (4 solo)…Led the team with 4 pass breakups in the AFC Divisional Playoff Game vs. San Diego (1/12)…Had 1 solo tackle in Super Bowl XLVIII vs. Seattle (2/2).
-    In 2012, DRC started all 16 games for the 3rd time in his career and totaled 43 tackles (35 solo) and led the Eagles in interceptions (3) and passes defensed (16)...Posted his 3rd career multi-interception game and a personal best 7 passes defensed in the season opener at Cleveland (9/9)…Intercepted a Manning pass in the end zone on the first play of the 4th quarter vs. the Giants (9/30).
-    In 2011, played in 13 games with 3 starts in his first season with the Eagles and recorded 25 tackles (23 solo), 1 sack and 6 passes defensed…Also had a special teams tackle…Registered his first career sack vs. John Skelton of Arizona (11/13).
-    In 2010, Rodgers-Cromartie started all 16 games for the 2nd consecutive season and contributed 32 tackles (29 solo), 3 interceptions and 19 passes defensed…Returned 2 of his interceptions for touchdowns to tie for the NFL lead…Clinched the Cardinals’ win vs New Orleans (10/10) by intercepting Drew Brees on the final play of the game and returning it 28 yards for a score.
-    In 2009, he started all 16 games and earned his first career Pro Bowl selection after totaling career bests in tackles (51), interceptions (6), passes defensed (39) and forced fumbles (3)…Also blocked a field goal…Started 2 postseason games and had 5 solo tackles, 1 interception and 2 passes defensed...Earned NFC Defensive Player of the Week honors after intercepting a Matt Schaub pass with 2:20 remaining in the 4th quarter and returning it 49 yards for the game-winning touchdown vs. Houston (10/11)...Intercepted an Aaron Rodgers pass on the first play from scrimmage in an NFC Wild Card Game vs. Green Bay (1/10)…It was his 3rd career postseason interception, tying Hall of Famer Aeneas Williams for the franchise record.
-    As a rookie in 2008, played in 16 regular-season games with 11 starts and started all 4 postseason games, including Super Bowl XLIII…Totaled 43 tackles (38 solo), 4 interceptions for a career-high 157 yards in returns, 27 passes defensed and a blocked field goal in the regular season, plus 21 tackles (19 solo), 2 interceptions and 9 passes defensed in the postseason...Started for the first time at the Jets (9/28) and recovered a Cardinals onside kick in the 3rd quarter that led to a touchdown...Recorded the first 2 interceptions of his career off Matt Hasselbeck at Seattle (11/16)…Picked off a Marc Bulger pass vs. St. Louis (12/7) and returned it 99 yards for a touchdown to tie for the longest such runback in Cardinals history...Made first career postseason start in an  NFC Wild Card Game vs. Atlanta (1/3) and led the team with 21 tackles (19 solo) and an interception…Tallied 5 solo tackles and 2 passes defensed in Super Bowl XLIII vs. Pittsburgh (2/1/09).

COLLEGE:
-    Played in 44 games with 39 starts at Tennessee State, where he was a 2-time All-America and a 3-time All-Ohio Valley Conference first-team…Finished with 11 career interceptions, including 4 he returned for touchdowns…Returned a fumble and a kickoff for touchdowns in addition to blocking 8 kicks during his collegiate career...Totaled 859 yards on 36 kickoff returns (23.9-yard avg.).

OFF-THE-FIELD ACTIVITY:
-    Funded by his foundation, hosts a Blessings and a Backpack event that allows 250 low-income students to be supported at three different schools in Manhattan and Brooklyn and receive healthy meals to take home over the weekend...Hosts an annual Dream Builder’s Dinner in support of his DRC Foundation...Raised awareness for the DRC Foundation by wearing custom designed cleats during Week 13 for the league wide initiative “My Cause My Cleats.” ..Arranged a Boys and Girls Club Movie night at AMC Theaters, all expenses paid for by the DRC Foundation...Attended NFL & United Way of NYC employee volunteerism event and led a Play 60 fitness activity for students in Brooklyn...Attended the Giants annual Jingle Jam holiday party for 600 New Jersey foster children, who received winter coats, clothes, athletic equipment and enjoyed a night of dancing and many fun activities...Attended JT Thomas’ Monday Night Bowling fundraiser that benefited Intensive Therapeutics, a program that offers individual and group services for children with a variety of special needs...Attended the Trevin Wade Foundation Strike 4 Kids bowling event, interacted with children and families that attended...Participated in the Rock and Wrap it Up Tribute to the New York Giants fundraiser bowling event...Participated in a conversation with Senator Cory Booker and the non-profit RISE regarding current social justice issues in our nation.

PERSONAL:
-    Has a son, Dominique Jr., (8)…Rodgers-Cromartie attended Lakewood Ranch High School in Bradenton, Fla., where he was an all-area, All-Class 5A and All-District 11 defensive back and wide receiver... Won the Top Male Athlete Award at the 2007 OVC Indoor Track Championship after winning the 60-meter dash (6.89), long jump (25’-0.75”) and high jump (6’-9.5”)... Majored in psychology…His father, Stanley Cromartie, is a former assistant basketball coach at Bethune Cookman…Founded the DRC Foundation in 2008 to provide underprivileged children the resources and skills necessary to help them excel in education, develop strong life skills, practice positive athleticism and have good citizenship in order to pursue their dreams and become productive adults...Full name is Dominique Reshard Rodgers-Cromartie.
TRANSACTIONS:
-    Originally a first-round (16th pick overall) draft choice by the Arizona Cardinals in 2008…Traded (with a 2nd-round draft choice) to the Philadelphia Eagles for quarterback Kevin Kolb on July 28, 2011…Signed as a free agent by the Denver Broncos on March 14, 2013…Signed as a free agent by the Giants on March 17, 2014.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
-    Rodgers-Cromartie has played in 138 regular-season games with 114 starts, and has started all 10 postseason games in which he played…His career totals include 389 tackles (348 solo), 143 passes defensed, and 30 interceptions that he has returned for 535 yards (17.8-yard avg.) and 6 touchdowns, 6 forced fumbles, and 1 fumble recovery…In the postseason, he has 34 tackles (32 solo), 3 interceptions and 15 passes defensed…Including postseason games, DRC’s teams are 24-3 when he intercepts at least 1 pass.
-    In 2016, Dominique-Rodgers played in 15 regular-season games with 9 starts, and started the NFC Wild Card Game…Did not play at Minnesota (10/3)…Was selected 2nd-team All-Pro by the AP…Led the Giants and was tied for 2nd in the NFL (with Kansas City’s Marcus Peters and Houston’s Quintin Demps) with 6 interceptions, and twice had 2 interceptions in a game (at Los Angeles and at Washington). The 6 picks matched the career-high he set as a 2nd-year pro with Arizona in 2009…Rodgers-Cromartie was the first Giants player with 6 interceptions in a season since safety Antrel Rolle in 2013…Also contributed 49 tackles (41 solo), a team-high 21 passes defensed, and a sack.
-    Rodgers-Cromartie started the season opener in Dallas (9/11) at left cornerback and had 4 solo tackles and 2 passes defensed…He had 2 solo stops in each of the next 2 games, vs. New Orleans (10/18) and vs. Washington (10/25)…Started at left corner and recorded a season-high 6 solo tackles, and tied his season-high with 3 passes defensed – a total he reached 3 times - vs. Baltimore (10/16).
-    In a victory vs. the Rams in London (10/23), DRC had 4 solo tackles, 3 passes defensed, and intercepted Case Keenum in the end zone on each of the Rams’ final 2 possessions to preserve the Giants’ 7-point victory. It was the 4th multiple-interception game of his career and first since Oct. 25, 2015, when he twice picked off Dallas’ Matt Cassel in the end zone in MetLife Stadium.
-    Safety Landon Collins also intercepted 2 Keenum passes, including 1 he returned for a touchdown…DRC and Collins were the first pair of teammates with multiple interceptions each in a single game since Seattle’s Byron Maxwell and Richard Sherman in Week 15 of the 2013 season - ironically, against the Giants in MetLife Stadium. They were the first Giants duo to accomplish the feat since Kenny Hill and Terry Kinard vs. San Diego on Sept. 14, 1986.
-    Rodgers-Cromartie had 5 tackles (3 solo) and 2 passes defensed vs. Dallas (12/11), and a season-high 7 tackles (5 solo), 3 passes defensed and a game-clinching end zone interception of a Matthew Stafford pass with 1:58 remaining vs. Detroit (12/18)…Contributed 2 solo stops, 2 passes defensed, and an interception at Philadelphia (12/22).  
-    Earned his 2nd career Defensive Player of the Week award for his performance in a season-ending victory at Washington (1/1), intercepting 2 Kirk Cousins passes and picking up the second sack of his 9-year career…Picked off a Cousins pass with 4:06 remaining in the 3rd quarter and another with 1:12 remaining in the 4th quarter to effectively end the game. That increased DRC’s total to a team-leading 6 interceptions…Sacked Cousins for a 9-yard loss late in the second quarter. DRC’s only other sack was on Nov. 13, 2011, when he played for Philadelphia and dropped Arizona’s John Skelton for a 7-yard loss.
-    He was previously honored as the NFC Defensive Player of the Week in Week 5 of the 2009 season, when, as a member of the Cardinals, he intercepted a Matt Schaub pass with 2:20 remaining in the 4th quarter and returning it 49 yards for the game-winning touchdown vs. Houston.
-    In 2015, Rodgers-Cromartie was selected to play in his 2nd Pro Bowl, and first since 2009…Started all 15 games in which he played at left cornerback…Was inactive vs. Washington (9/24) with a concussion…Finished with 589tackles (52 solo), 3 interceptions (tying him for the team lead), a team-high 13 passes defensed, 2 forced fumbles and 1 fumble recovery. He returned 1 of the interceptions and the fumble for touchdowns.
-    DRC scored the Giants’ first touchdown of the season at Dallas (9/13) on a 57-yard return of a Cole Beasley fumble that was forced by Trumaine McBride. It was the Giants’ first defensive touchdown since Markus Kuhn’s 26-yard fumble return at Tennessee on Dec. 7, 2014…Rodgers-Cromartie accounted for the Giants’ longest fumble return touchdown since Michael Boley’s 70-yarder vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 4, 2012…It was DRC’s first career recovery of an opponent’s fumble. His only previous recovery occurred in the final game of his 2008 rookie season with Arizona, when he recovered his own fumble after intercepting a pass by Seattle’s Seneca Wallace…Rodgers-Cromartie also had 6 solo tackles in the game…Registered 4 tackles (3 solo) at Buffalo (10/4), 6 tackles (4 solo) vs. San Francisco (10/11), and 4 solo stops at Philadelphia (10/19).
-    Rodgers-Cromartie had 2 solo tackles and intercepted 2 Matt Cassel passes vs. Dallas (10/25)…Returned the first of those picks 58 yards for a touchdown…It was the Giants’ first touchdown on an interception return since Dec. 22, 2013, when Will Hill picked off a Matthew Stafford pass in Detroit and brought it back 38 yards for a score…DRC’s 58-yard runback was the Giants’ longest interception return since Terrell Thomas’ 65-yarder vs. Oakland on Nov. 10, 2013. It was the Giants’ longest touchdown on an interception return since Kevin Dockery’s 96-yarder at Dallas on Oct. 23, 2006…The touchdown was the 7th of Rodgers-Cromartie’s career (6 interception returns, 1 fumble return). His most recent pick-6 on Oct. 27, 2013 when he was with Denver, against Washington.
-    The 2 interceptions tied DRC’s career high, achieved twice previously (and matched vs. the Rams on Oct. 23, 2016). He had 2 picks on Nov. 23, 2008, his rookie season, for Arizona at Seattle (Matt Hasselbeck was the quarterback), and Sept. 9, 2012, for Philadelphia at Cleveland (off of Brandon Weeden, who had started the previous 3 games for Dallas before he was replaced by Cassel)…Rodgers-Cromartie was the first Giants defender with 2 interceptions in a game since Trumaine McBride’s 2 picks vs. Washington on Sept. 29, 2013.
-    DRC had 6 solo tackles at New Orleans (11/1) and a season-high 7 solo stops vs. New England (11/15)…Had 5 stops (2 solo) vs. the Jets (12/6) and 4 solo tackles at Minnesota (12/27).  
-    In his first season with the Giants in 2014, Rodgers-Cromartie played in all 16 games with 15 starts at left cornerback…Did not start at Dallas (10/19) due to back and hamstring injuries…Finished season with 38 tackles (36 solo), 2 interceptions and a team-high 12 passes defensed,
-    Made his Giants debut with 4 solo tackles and 2 passes defensed at Detroit (9/8)…Collected 5 solo tackles and 2 passes defensed vs. Arizona (9/14)…Had 3 solo tackles and intercepted a Ryan Fitzpatrick pass vs. Houston (9/21)…Matched his season high with 5 solo tackles vs. Dallas (11/23)…Intercepted a Zach Mettenberger pass and returned it 16 yards at Tennessee (12/7)…Tallied 4 solo tackles and a pass defensed vs. Washington (12/14).
-    In 2013, he played in 15 regular-season games with 13 starts at right cornerback and he started all 3 of Denver’s postseason games…Finished the season with 31 tackles (25 solo), a team-high 14 passes defensed and tied for the Broncos lead with 3 interceptions…Recorded his first Broncos interception when he picked off Eli Manning’s pass in the end zone at the end of the first half at the Giants (9/15)...Broke up a pair of passes against his former team in a win vs. Philadelphia (9/29)…Intercepted a Kirk Cousins pass and returned it 75 yards for a touchdown vs. Washington (10/27)...Had a season-high 5 tackles vs. both the Giants (3 solo) and Redskins (4 solo)…Led the team with 4 pass breakups in the AFC Divisional Playoff Game vs. San Diego (1/12)…Had 1 solo tackle in Super Bowl XLVIII vs. Seattle (2/2).
-    In 2012, DRC started all 16 games for the 3rd time in his career and totaled 43 tackles (35 solo) and led the Eagles in interceptions (3) and passes defensed (16)...Posted his 3rd career multi-interception game and a personal best 7 passes defensed in the season opener at Cleveland (9/9)…Intercepted a Manning pass in the end zone on the first play of the 4th quarter vs. the Giants (9/30).
-    In 2011, played in 13 games with 3 starts in his first season with the Eagles and recorded 25 tackles (23 solo), 1 sack and 6 passes defensed…Also had a special teams tackle…Registered his first career sack vs. John Skelton of Arizona (11/13).
-    In 2010, Rodgers-Cromartie started all 16 games for the 2nd consecutive season and contributed 32 tackles (29 solo), 3 interceptions and 19 passes defensed…Returned 2 of his interceptions for touchdowns to tie for the NFL lead…Clinched the Cardinals’ win vs New Orleans (10/10) by intercepting Drew Brees on the final play of the game and returning it 28 yards for a score.
-    In 2009, he started all 16 games and earned his first career Pro Bowl selection after totaling career bests in tackles (51), interceptions (6), passes defensed (39) and forced fumbles (3)…Also blocked a field goal…Started 2 postseason games and had 5 solo tackles, 1 interception and 2 passes defensed...Earned NFC Defensive Player of the Week honors after intercepting a Matt Schaub pass with 2:20 remaining in the 4th quarter and returning it 49 yards for the game-winning touchdown vs. Houston (10/11)...Intercepted an Aaron Rodgers pass on the first play from scrimmage in an NFC Wild Card Game vs. Green Bay (1/10)…It was his 3rd career postseason interception, tying Hall of Famer Aeneas Williams for the franchise record.
-    As a rookie in 2008, played in 16 regular-season games with 11 starts and started all 4 postseason games, including Super Bowl XLIII…Totaled 43 tackles (38 solo), 4 interceptions for a career-high 157 yards in returns, 27 passes defensed and a blocked field goal in the regular season, plus 21 tackles (19 solo), 2 interceptions and 9 passes defensed in the postseason...Started for the first time at the Jets (9/28) and recovered a Cardinals onside kick in the 3rd quarter that led to a touchdown...Recorded the first 2 interceptions of his career off Matt Hasselbeck at Seattle (11/16)…Picked off a Marc Bulger pass vs. St. Louis (12/7) and returned it 99 yards for a touchdown to tie for the longest such runback in Cardinals history...Made first career postseason start in an  NFC Wild Card Game vs. Atlanta (1/3) and led the team with 21 tackles (19 solo) and an interception…Tallied 5 solo tackles and 2 passes defensed in Super Bowl XLIII vs. Pittsburgh (2/1/09).

COLLEGE:
-    Played in 44 games with 39 starts at Tennessee State, where he was a 2-time All-America and a 3-time All-Ohio Valley Conference first-team…Finished with 11 career interceptions, including 4 he returned for touchdowns…Returned a fumble and a kickoff for touchdowns in addition to blocking 8 kicks during his collegiate career...Totaled 859 yards on 36 kickoff returns (23.9-yard avg.).

OFF-THE-FIELD ACTIVITY:
-    Funded by his foundation, hosts a Blessings and a Backpack event that allows 250 low-income students to be supported at three different schools in Manhattan and Brooklyn and receive healthy meals to take home over the weekend...Hosts an annual Dream Builder’s Dinner in support of his DRC Foundation...Raised awareness for the DRC Foundation by wearing custom designed cleats during Week 13 for the league wide initiative “My Cause My Cleats.” ..Arranged a Boys and Girls Club Movie night at AMC Theaters, all expenses paid for by the DRC Foundation...Attended NFL & United Way of NYC employee volunteerism event and led a Play 60 fitness activity for students in Brooklyn...Attended the Giants annual Jingle Jam holiday party for 600 New Jersey foster children, who received winter coats, clothes, athletic equipment and enjoyed a night of dancing and many fun activities...Attended JT Thomas’ Monday Night Bowling fundraiser that benefited Intensive Therapeutics, a program that offers individual and group services for children with a variety of special needs...Attended the Trevin Wade Foundation Strike 4 Kids bowling event, interacted with children and families that attended...Participated in the Rock and Wrap it Up Tribute to the New York Giants fundraiser bowling event...Participated in a conversation with Senator Cory Booker and the non-profit RISE regarding current social justice issues in our nation.

PERSONAL:
-    Has a son, Dominique Jr., (8)…Rodgers-Cromartie attended Lakewood Ranch High School in Bradenton, Fla., where he was an all-area, All-Class 5A and All-District 11 defensive back and wide receiver... Won the Top Male Athlete Award at the 2007 OVC Indoor Track Championship after winning the 60-meter dash (6.89), long jump (25’-0.75”) and high jump (6’-9.5”)... Majored in psychology…His father, Stanley Cromartie, is a former assistant basketball coach at Bethune Cookman…Founded the DRC Foundation in 2008 to provide underprivileged children the resources and skills necessary to help them excel in education, develop strong life skills, practice positive athleticism and have good citizenship in order to pursue their dreams and become productive adults...Full name is Dominique Reshard Rodgers-Cromartie.
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesTacklesInterceptionsFumbles
GGSTotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntYdsAvgLngTDsFFFR
TOTAL 391 351 40 2.0 0 144 30 535 -- 99 6 6 2
2016 NYG 15 9 49 41 8 1.0 -- 21 6 28 4.7 28 0 1 --
2015 NYG 15 15 58 52 6 0.0 0 13 3 72 24 58 1 2 1
2014 NYG 16 15 38 36 2 0.0 -- 12 2 26 13 16 0 0 --
2013 DEN 15 13 31 25 6 0.0 0 14 3 75 25 75 1 0 --
2012 PHI 16 16 51 43 8 0.0 -- 17 3 14 4.7 14 0 0 --
2011 PHI 13 3 28 26 2 1.0 -- 6 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
2010 ARI 16 16 44 42 2 0.0 0 17 3 86 28.7 32 2 0 --
2009 ARI 16 16 50 48 2 0.0 0 25 6 77 12.8 49 1 3 --
2008 ARI 16 11 42 38 4 0.0 0 19 4 157 39.3 99 1 0 1

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