Rogers-Cromartie had 31 combined tackles and three interceptions for the Broncos in 2013, returning one for a touchdown.
The Broncos previously had an offer out to Rogers-Cromartie, but pulled it after they signed Aqib Talib (Crabtree, March 12).
DRC is the best of what's left, but he's a pretty good option and as NFL Media's Chris Wesseling told us today on the podcast, thought DRC would be a "great fit" for the Jets needs at this point.
Other than his talks with his former club, this is DRC's first known visit. Rodgers-Cromartie is the best corner left on the market and the Jets would be wise to pull out all the stops. Rodgers-Cromartie offers the Jets the press coverage that Rex Ryan loves. The former Bronco ranked out as the fifth best corner and is just 28, though he might have been hurt by his open talk of retirement during Super Bowl week.
Now that the initial 72 hour window has passed prices are going to start to come down on players. See if John Idzik doesn't start to pick up his level of activity in bringing in free agents.