New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz cashed in this offseason with a huge contract extension, a six-year, $45 million contract extension.
Now, he's intent on proving he's worth the money
Cruz caught a touchdown pass against the Pittsburgh Steelers, celebrating in the end zone with his trademark salsa dance.
“Yeah, you kind of feel good,” Cruz told New York reporters. “You kind of feel like you’re still in the swing of it, you kind of still have your footing, you kind of still understand this offense. So it feels good to kind of be in, I guess, somewhat midseason form so early on.”
And the Giants' receiving corps of Cruz and Hakeem Nicks should spell trouble for opponents.
Just ask Cruz: “As long as we get out here and we’re all healthy, and on the same page, a lot of teams will have some decisions.”
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