Negotiations “are on the 2-yard line” and now the sides just “need to give a little bit,” according to the New York Post.
“I just want to get through one day without somebody asking me about the Victor Cruz negotiation,” Giants co-owner John Mara told Mike Francesa on Thursday afternoon.
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If Cruz doesn’t have a deal in time for an on-time arrival for training camp, he’ll be doing himself and the Giants a disservice.
New York Giants owner John Mara says progress is slow but steady in the contract negotiations between the team and Pro Bowl wide receiver Victor Cruz.
“It will get done at some point,” Giants co-owner John Mara told reporters on Monday in regard to a long-term extension for the New Jersey native. “Just be patient.”
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The 22-year-old nephew, also named John Mara, entered the plea to charges of assault and breach of peace in Bridgeport Superior Court, said his attorney, William Dow III.
Tisch thinks Cruz will get an offer “a little higher” than the $6 million per year owed to slot receiver Wes Welker, who signed a two-year deal last week with the Denver Broncos.
On Monday, Giants co-owner John Mara said his team made “a very substantial offer” to Victor Cruz. The kid from Paterson may want to give it a second look.
“Let’s just say if he took our offer he’d be a very wealthy young man,” Giants owner John Mara said on Monday.
“Certainly, we’re taking a risk,” Mara told reporters. “But we would still have the right to match, and if we decided not to do that, we’re getting a first-round draft pick out of it. So yeah, it is a risk for us.”
“He’s terrified of it,” a Hall of Fame player told ESPN The Magazine. “It wouldn’t just be a tragedy. It would be awfully bad for business.”
The nephew, also named John Mara, was arrested by Fairfield police Friday and posted $150,000 bail.
The nephew of Giants owner John Mara surrendered to police in Connecticut on charges that he almost killed a man by hitting him with a bottle on New Year’s Eve, according to a report.