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Former Giants receiver David Tyree, known best for one magical moment, has kept a close eye on the current Giants receiver Victor Cruz, who has been stringing together a series of magical moments this season.
Tyree has found himself thinking: What does Cruz have in store for an encore?
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Giants receiver Victor Cruz reportedly turned down an offer to participate on Dancing With the Stars. He's become known for salsa dancing after scoring touchdowns.
Victor Cruz, Giants receiver, declines offer to appear on “Dancing with the Stars”NEIL MILLERIN A GROOVE: Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz, whose breakout season has been punctuated by salsa-dance touchdown celebrations like this one, said he declined an invite to appear on “Dancing with the Stars.”By Mark Hale - NY Post 1/7/12
It might have been the least surprising development in Victor Cruz's breakout season as a receiver and salsa dancer: Earlier this week, the Giants' second-year sensation got an offer to appear on "Dancing With the Stars."
Giants receiver (and salsa guy) Victor Cruz turns down an opportunity to compete on "Dancing With the Stars."
John Munson/The Star-LedgerFormer Paterson Catholic football coach Benjie Wimberly tours the old field where he coached Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz, helping the now-closed school to a 2003 state title.By Steve Politi - Star Ledger 1/8/12
It’s been a great season for the Latin players in the NFL, and it promises to only get better as the playoffs get underway. The most well-known case, and the most proud of his heritage, is Victor Cruz. His last name is enough to proudly claim his roots, but his now famous salsa dance celebrations have brought a great Latin flare to this season of the NFL. Cruz, of Puerto Rican...
Earlier this week, New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz received an invitation to join Dancing with the Stars for its new season in March.
In his second NFL season, Cruz is a big reason why his Giants have surprised many with a 9-7 record this year, good enough dance their way into the playoffs. He leads all receivers on his team with 82 catches for 1,536 yards and nine touchdowns...
Count the Atlanta defensive backs (Image via Fox)
With second-year sensation Victor Cruz getting all the press for the New York WRs dring the build up to this week’s Giants-Falcons Wild Card match-up, it was Hakeem Nicks who turned in the play of the day in leading the Giants to an impressive 24-2 playoff win.
After a defensive struggle in the first half, New York led 10-2 late...
from Andy Furman of Ultimate NYG…
On Sunday afternoon, the Giants play their first playoff game in 3 years. It is great to be back. It is the tournament. And this site can be critical of the coaches, but none of that matters. The Giants are 9-7, they have a ticket to the dance, and now you just have to play your hand.
The ray of hope that this blogger has clung to this season has...
Overshadowed by Victor Cruz this season, Hakeem Nicks caught six passes for 115 yards and 2 touchdowns as the Giants knocked Atlanta out of the playoffs.