The Cardinals' search for a cornerback in free agency does not focus solely on former Jets star Antonio Cromartie.

Mike Jenkins, who played for the Cowboys and Raiders, visited the team's Tempe facility on Tuesday, according to a source.

Jenkins, 6 feet and 200 pounds, started 15 games last year with the Raiders, his only season with the team. He had two interceptions. He spent his first five seasons with the Cowboys, who drafted him in the first round in 2008. Jenkins has 10 interceptions in his career.

Jenkins, who turns 29 on March 22, visited the Buccaneers on Monday.

Cromartie visited the Cardinals last week, and it's unknown whether he has visited other teams. He reportedly is interested in returning to the Jets.

With the Cardinals, Cromartie would likely start opposite Patrick Peterson. Jenkins likely would compete with Jerraud Powers for a starting job.

The Cardinals are thin at cornerback behind Peterson and Powers, last year's starters. Tyrann Mathieu, the team's nickel cornerback, suffered two torn knee ligaments late in the year and is questionable for the start of the season. The backups under contract are Justin Bethel and Bryan McCann.

The Cardinals have not made an effort to re-sign backup Antoine Cason, an unrestricted free agent.