NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Victor Cruz’s famous endzone salsa dance may be getting a few modifications.

Cruz has dedicated the dance to the memory of his late grandmother, but is considering revamping his trademark endzone celebration.  He spoke to the Daily News.

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“Gotta keep the salsa. My grandmother would kill me – even if she isn’t with us anymore, God rest her soul,” Cruz told the Daily News. “But stay tuned, I might add something.”

Cruz was on the receiving end of three touchdown receptions from Eli Manning on Sunday as the Giants defeated the Cleveland Browns 41-27.  On his first touchdown, he tossed away the football then broke into the salsa before doing Jay-Z’s diamond cutter.

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The Giants’ star receiver was one of the celebrities gathered at the Barclays Center for Jay-Z’s first of 8 concerts at the brand-new venue.

Judging by Cruz’s quote, he’s preparing something big and could debut the new celebration when the Giants face the San Francisco 49ers at Candlestick Park on Sunday.

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