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New York Giants receiver Victor Cruz will be honoring one of the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy, 6-year-old Jack Pinto, during Sunday's NFL game against the Atlanta Falcons.
In addition to paying tribute to the school with the letters "S.H.E.S." handwritten on the back of his helmet along with the entire Giants team, Cruz will have special messages written on his gloves and shoes featuring Jack Pinto's name.
Cruz's gloves will have the message "Jack Pinto" and "This one is 4 U!". His shoes will have the messages "Jack Pinto 'My Hero'" and "R.I.P. Jack Pinto".
Cruz reached out to the Pinto family to offer his condolences, as Jack was a Giants fan and a fan of Cruz. The Pinto family is considering burying Jack in a Victor Cruz jersey.
On a personal note, we offer our heartfelt condolences to all the victims and families affected by the tragedy.
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