Giants Should Only Re-Sign Victor Cruz If the Price Is Right

March 17, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

There have been no better Cinderella stories in the NFL the past two seasons than of Victor Cruz.
The New York Giants signed the undrafted free agent out of Massachusetts who just hoped to make the roster in 2010. Cruz missed most of that season with a hamstring injury.
In 2011, he opened camp as the team's fourth wide receiver. Due to injuries, he climbed up the depth chart and became the team's No. 2 wide receiver by late September. He surprised the world by coming from obscurity to breaking a Giants record with 1,536 receiving yards. And the season culminated in a miraculous Super Bowl run.
He followed up this campaign with another 1,000-yard season with 10 touchdowns, proving that his success was no fluke.
Few Giants players have ever been so beloved. The Paterson, New Jersey wideout embodies the New York attitude. His boyish smile and salsa dancing gets fans out of their seats. More importantly, he is a shining example of the New York mindset that anybody can m...

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