Posted September 02, 2013 on nyg.scout.com
Things seem to be on the up and for the New York Giants. Star players Jason Pierre-Paul and Victor Cruz are back on the practice field after sustaining injuries this preseason and appear ready to play in the Giants' first regular season game of the 2013 against the Dallas Cowboys this Sunday.
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