Giants to release fan favorite WR Victor Cruz


According to a Monday morning report from Art Stapleton of The Record, the New York Giants are planning to release veteran wide receiver Victor Cruz.

The move will be saving the Giants about $7.5 million this offseason, and that is money that can certainly be spent in other areas.

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The New York Giants entered the summer of 2016 with one of the most polarizing decisions in franchise history in front of them.

An undrafted free agent in 2010, Cruz broke out in his first preseason, catching six passes for 145 yards and three touchdowns against the Jets. Cruz quickly became loved in NY, and also emerged as one of the best slot receivers in the league.

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McArthur said: "There was obviously a lot said about the chairman speaking to us and the team meeting but I'm glad that he spoke to us".

Cruz played in 15 games this season and finished with 586 yards and a touchdown on 39 receptions.

In 2014, Cruz really saw his career be derailed. In fairness to the player, McAdoo and the Giants used Cruz all season on the outside instead of in the slot, where Cruz always has played and became a star and local hero and Super Bowl champion in 2011. After missing a year and a half of action, Cruz did pretty well considering. Perhaps it was because GM Jerry Reese had informed him he would be a Giant no longer.

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