New York Giants head coach Ben McAdoo said that he will revisit with suspended cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie this week to see where things stand.
“I’ll visit with DRC a little bit later in the week and we’ll sit down and have a conversation and see where we are,” McAdoo said during his conference call with reporters Monday.
According to a report by ESPN’s Josina Anderson, that meeting is set to take place Tuesday morning. If all goes well during that meeting, McAdoo will presumably lift the suspension and allow the popular Rodgers-Cromartie to rejoin the team later int he day when the players come in for meetings.
McAdoo, however, refused to offer anything more than what he gave reporters, including offering comment on why he told the NBC Sunday night broadcast crew that there were actually four separate incidents that led to Rodgers-Cromartrie’s fallout and not the three–his skipping out on Friday treatments, his leaving the field against the Chargers two weeks ago and his rocky meeting with McAdoo after the head coach informed him that he would be inactive for Sunday’s game against the Broncos–initally thought to be at the root of the problem.
“That’s all I have for you,” McAdoo said, repeating himself to the follow-up questions from reporters.