The player has submitted an appeal presenting what he claims is evidence that he did not racially abuse Brighton & Hove Albion defender Gaeten Bong, as claimed.
According to The Times, the written appeal includes character statements from players and managers at several English clubs, as well as testimony from a lip reader stating that Rodriguez did not use racially abusive language during his confrontation with Bong.
The two players were involved in a spat during Albion's 2-0 victory over the Seagulls earlier this year.
After the match, the FA confirmed that it would be proceeding with disciplinary action against Rodriguez, who faces a five-match ban if found guilty.
A three-person independent disciplinary panel will decide whether the player's appeal is successful.