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While CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie was considered to be a fun-loving, popular player who was hard...

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While CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie was considered to be a fun-loving, popular player who was hard not to like, we hear his mental issues made it easier for the Cardinals to justify the trade that sent him to Philadelphia as part of the deal for new starting QB Kevin Kolb. "He was very high-maintenance," one team insider said. "His attention span was very short, and he did not study enough. The team admits that, when he was on his game, he was really good. But two years down the road, was he a guy they were willing to pay $10 million a year? It turned out they didn't think so."

Mental mistakes made Rodgers-Cromartie expendable - Pro Football Weekly
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