Rodgers-Cromartie (ankle) returned to Sunday's game in Washington, John Clayton of ESPN reports. Rodgers-Cromartie suffered what appeared to be a serious non-contact injury early in the second quarter, requiring help to leave the field. While he was initially deemed questionable to return, he was able to do so and will likely line up across from Jayron Hosley, as long as remains in the game.
Giants cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (concussion) is not listed on the injury report for the Week 4 game in Buffalo. Rodgers-Cromartie missed the Thursday game against the Redskins, but he might have been able to play if the game had been on Sunday. Although the Giants will be pleased to have him back in the starting lineup, he is unlikely to have a strong Individual Defensive Player showing against the run-heavy Buffalo offense.
Giants cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (concussion) returned to practice Monday, The Record reports. Rodgers-Cromartie missed Thursday's game against the Redskins after suffering a concussion in Week 2, but he has apparently cleared protocol and thus been allowed to resume playing this week.
Giants cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (concussion) has been ruled out for Thursday's contest versus Washington, Mike Jones of the Washington Post reports. With such a short turnaround this week, Rodgers-Cromartie wasn't afforded much time to emerge from the league's concussion protocol and will thus take a seat. In his stead, expect Jayron Hosley to fill in at cornerback.
There's a good chance Giants cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie will miss Thursday's game against the Redskins while he's in the concussion protocol. Typically it takes more than the few days the Giants have to turn around and play the Redskins. Fortunately for the Giants, deep threat DeSean Jackson might not be playing, either.