What can we expect from Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie in 2013?

He had moments with the Arizona Cardinals where he looked like a legitimate No. 1 cornerback. Things went south during an extremely uneven run with the Philadelphia Eagles. Naturally gifted, the contrast in his play was stark.

Will another fresh start, this time with the Denver Broncos, do the trick? Rodgers-Cromartie cancelled his scheduled visits with other teams after the Broncos critiqued his game during their meeting.

"They told me about my flaws. Nobody had done that, and it impressed me," Rodgers-Cromartie said Friday, according to the Bradenton Herald. "They told me what I needed to work and how they would get me better instead of telling me about what I could do."

The Broncos plan to play to Rodgers-Cromartie's strengths, using him in more man coverage on the outside. He received special praise for his work in offseason activities.