Rodgers-Cromartie met with the Giants on Sunday; however, there is no agreement in place.
The Broncos gave Rodgers-Cromartie the tough-love approach when they signed him last March. The defensive coaches, especially defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio, said they would coach him hard to get him to play better.
Rodgers-Cromartie said that was what he was looking for, and he was better this past season for the Broncos than he had played in his two years with the Eagles. He tied for the team lead in interceptions with three and played, for the most part, in the right cornerback spot.
Del Rio did match him on specific receivers at times, but not often.
Rodgers-Cromartie originally signed what went into the books as a two-year deal with the Broncos, but the second year voided five days after the Super Bowl, so he became an unrestricted free agent.
ESPN.com's Dan Graziano and Jeff Legwold contributed to this report.