Receiver Victor Cruz is hoping to be ready for the New York Giants’ regular-season opener against Dallas despite not playing in the first two games of the preseason.
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Cruz pulled a calf muscle in his left leg and coach Tom Coughlin doesn’t think he’ll play against Jacksonville.
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Victor Cruz can’t wait to be running all those zigs and zags, posts and fly patterns. But he has to wait, and the receiver is spending most of this week’s New York Giants minicamp observing.
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Six months after undergoing knee surgery, wide receiver Victor Cruz has no doubt that he will play in the New York Giants’ regular-season opener against the Dallas Cowboys.
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“They’re taking baby steps with me,” Cruz said. “I want to get out there … (There’s) no pain. I trust the structure of (my knee). I trust the way it was rebuilt. It feels very strong.”
The Giants need help at the linebacker and safety spots as well, but Reese needs to make sure the defensive line is fully stocked and ready to roll.