Hobbling around on crutches, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie showed up for rehab Tuesday at the Cardinals’ Tempe facility with family.
Rodgers-Cromartie has plenty to do on his own. After a repair of his fractured tibia and torn medial collateral ligament – “I shredded it pretty good,” he said – Rodgers-Cromartie remains hopeful he will be back on the field in time for organized team activities this summer.
He said he expects to be out “three to four months at the max.”
That’s the benefit of an MCL tear and not one of the anterior cruciate ligament, which would have included more extensive surgery and longer rehab.