• Tuck only worried about seeing Cruz for opener

    Summary of 12 articles · Updated Apr 20, 2013
    • Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz receives no offer sheet as deadline passes

      The deadline for restricted free agents to sign an offer sheet with another NFL team expired at 11:59:59 p.m. ET on Friday night and, as expected, New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz did not receive one from another club and will play for the Gian…
      Source: yahoo.com
    • Cruz Closer to a Blue Future This Morning

      The RFA signing window closed last night at midnight, meaning restricted free agents can now only negotiate with their former teams. The Giants have two such players in this category: RB Andre Brown and WR Victor Cruz. Brown was assigned a second-round …
    • Clock strikes midnight on Cruz's time as a restricted free agent

      The clock finally struck midnight on Victor Cruz’s tenure as a “restricted free agent,” dramatically increasing the odds he will be a Giant in 2013.
    • NFL Free Agency: Cruz’ Rights Will Revert Back to Giants After Today

      Today is the deadline for restricted free agent Victor Cruz to present a signed offer sheet from an outside club to the Giants for them to match. Doesn’t appear too likely as the clock continues to tick down. After midnight tonight, Cruz’ options narr
    • Reese: With or without Cruz, Giants will be ready

      Giants general manager Jerry Reese wouldn't even guess at when Victor Cruz might finally report back to the Giants. He even cautioned against assuming Cruz will be on the roster on opening day.
    • Eli: Cruz will show when deal is completed

      Eli Manning didn't sound too worried about seeing Victor Cruz again at the New York Giants' practice facility.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Quick Hits From Jerry Reese’s Thursday Presser: Cruz, Draft et al

      Giants GM Jerry Reese held his pre-draft presser this afternoon. The hot topics: Victor Cruz’ contract situation and the upcoming NFL Draft. Quick hits…. Reese on the current contract negotiations with Cruz: “We’ve talked, but I have nothing to re
    • Eli: Cruz has to do “what is in the best interests of him”

      Give Eli Manning credit for knowing when to say when. The Giants quarterback said he knows why Victor Cruz isn’t at the team’s voluntary offseason conditioning, and doesn’t mind that he isn’t in April. “He’s got to do what is in the best inter
    • Tuck changes his tune on Cruz

      Before the Giants launched their offseason program, defensive end Justin Tuck said that it would be a show of “good faith” for unsigned restricted free agent receiver Victor Cruz to show up. Tuck, who crossed a line by involving himself in a teammateâ
    • Forbes Analyzes Victor Cruz Contract Conundrum

      It’s been debated non-stop about what the Giants should do about Victor Cruz. gives us a financial picture of some potential options. The Giants have offered Cruz somewhere in the neighborhood of a 5-year deal worth $36 million, with $12 to $15 million

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