Put it all together and you have the story of Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, the Broncos and what each can get from the other during the upcoming season. Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie: There was a time, really not all that long ago, when Rodgers-Cromartie was considered one of the brightest young defensive talents in the league. Denver coach John Fox recently said that he still believes Rodgers-Cromartie has No. 1 CB ability. While the Broncos try to balance a long-term vision of what kind of roster John Elway wants to build for Pat Bowlen's team a draft-fueled depth chart with homegrown players that keeps the team competitive over the long haul signing Rodgers-Cromartie was a win-now move. He’s been given new life for 2013, having signed a one-year, $5 million deal with the Denver Broncos. DRC struggled badly in 2010, was traded from Arizona to Philadelphia in the Kevin Kolb deal before 2011, then slumped through two more years with the Eagles.