Rodgers-Cromartie doesn't have ACL damage

There may be a lot of questions surrounding the Cardinals defense, but the health of Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie shouldn’t be high among them.

“DRC” suffered no ACL damage according to the team’s website, and didn’t tear his MCL either.  He chipped a bone in the tibia of his left leg, but the Pro Bowler’s worst post-game fears were luckily not realized.  It’s unclear if he’ll need surgery.

Rodgers-Cromartie was hurt in the first half against the Saints, and the beleaguered Cardinals secondary didn’t have much of a chance after that.  (It looked like the Saints were essentially finding Bryant McFadden and throwing at him.

9 responses to “Rodgers-Cromartie doesn't have ACL damage

  1. Two weeks before this he had to be carted off the field for a cut on his knee. I’m not so sure toughness is one of this fella’s strengths.

  2. As a Saint fan I am very happy that he and Kurt Warner are going to be OK. I have heard nothing on Mr. Rolle. Hopefully he will be alright also.

  3. He is VERY tough. A chipped bone is very painful. The week against the Packers last game of the season was a non issue. The entire starting defense was coming out anyway. So to say he is not tough is just dumb. He got speared with a spiked and ripped the skin off his knee cap. He was able to play but the coaches pulled him. I think the Saint that plowed Warner was a cheap, unprofessional, assassination type shot. The Saints were afraid of Warner and the DL that hit Warner actually went around a OL and plowed Warner. That is shady man. Shady, cheap, football!

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