It’s sounding like Tom Coughlin is reaching his breaking point regarding the Victor Cruz contract situation.
On the very first day of the mandatory mini-camp for the team, the team’s restricted free agent wide receiver was again, a no-show to camp, just like he was for the team’s OTA’s last week, and it’s something Coughlin spoke on Tuesday with reporters.
“I’ve been optimistic since Day 1 but it hasn’t gotten me anywhere, has it?” Coughlin said after the first practice of the Giants’ three-day minicamp. “I’ll just continue to be (optimistic). But the clock is running. This is something that at least he could’ve benefited by, if nothing else, this minicamp. But you have to realize that there is no contract at this time. So without a contract he’s not going to be here.”
The 66-year-old head coach of the Giants has not been shy about his feelings towards the contract dispute between the Giants and Cruz, which has now reached over three months.
Coughlin made his feelings well aw