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Report: Giants offer Cruz more than $7 million per year

Giants receiver Victor Cruz looks for an interference call from the officials after missing a catch in the Dallas Cowboys' endzone during their NFL football game in East Rutherford Reuters

The Giants and receiver Victor Cruz have been talking for months about a long-term deal, but getting nowhere.

Gary Myers of the New York Daily News reports that the Giants’ offer is somewhere in the range of $7 million per year.

Specifically, the deal exceeds $7 million annually, with a “sizable” amount of guaranteed money in the multi-year deal.

That’s significantly more than Cruz will receive as a restricted free agent in 2013, with a first-round tender offer of $2.879 million.  But the question becomes whether it’s less than what someone else will pay, either on an offer sheet now or as an unrestricted free agent in 2014.

Clear lines have been drawn between slot receivers and speed receivers who stretch the field and draw extra attention — it’s currently a difference of roughly $6 million per year.  With Cruz’s pending offer far closer to the top of the market for slot receivers, he may choose to wait.

If the Giants use the franchise tag on Cruz in 2013, he’ll get more than $10 million for one season.  If the Giants don’t, Cruz will hit the market on the first day of free agency, possibly pocketing far more than the Giants are offering now.

Of course, Cruz would have to get through 2013 healthy.  At times in 2012, it appeared he was conscious of the possibility of what a big hit could do to his earning potential.  In fact, some think that the crushing blow Cruz absorbed from Steelers safety Ryan Clark has made Cruz a bit leery about going across the middle — with or without a huge payday.

Regardless, Cruz ultimately will have to decide whether to take what he can get now, or to roll the dice on getting more next year.  And teams will have to roll the dice on whether he can keep doing what he has done the last two years.

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78 Responses to “Report: Giants offer Cruz more than $7 million per year”
  1. pnut87 says: Mar 23, 2013 8:17 PM

    Take the money Cruz. Hell, I buy you a beer.

  2. coughlinsredcheeks says: Mar 23, 2013 8:22 PM

    Why did you guys use a picture of JPP for a Victor Cruz article?

  3. Mr. Wright 212 says: Mar 23, 2013 8:22 PM

    You better sign. You sat and watched what happened with Steve Smith. The man will never be heard from again.

  4. ericn42000 says: Mar 23, 2013 8:23 PM

    Don’t sign it !!! Be greedy like all the other players!!!

  5. sb50 says: Mar 23, 2013 8:23 PM

    take it

  6. rpiotr01 says: Mar 23, 2013 8:25 PM

    Depends on how long. Take this deal for 3 years, hit FA again before 30 and when the cap shoots up. Hell, maybe even win another SB in the process. That’s the smart move.

  7. bechillin says: Mar 23, 2013 8:25 PM

    let ur agent leak terms and see if someone will outbid them

  8. Giantspunk213 says: Mar 23, 2013 8:27 PM

    If he doesn’t take it then trade him, sign Nicks long term and move on.

  9. dbones750 says: Mar 23, 2013 8:31 PM

    That’s plenty of money, Vic

  10. jarvis1104 says: Mar 23, 2013 8:32 PM

    With the way Mike Wallace was overpaid, I’d be surprised if he took the deal.

  11. gammynomnom says: Mar 23, 2013 8:33 PM

    Sheer lunacy

  12. supremekingz says: Mar 23, 2013 8:33 PM

    I was just about to say “Take the money”, but If he lives in New York, he’s paying over 50% of his income in taxes between federal, state, and local. So really, 7 mil a year is 3.5.

    When I look at it that way, he’s worth more than that. Might be smarter to be franchised, but together a great year, and head elsewhere

  13. benroethlisberger7 says: Mar 23, 2013 8:34 PM

    This is why we win championships on a daily basis and you cry.

  14. finsfan4life1977 says: Mar 23, 2013 8:34 PM

    No way in the world I’m taking that if I’m Victor Cruz. Guys like Wallace, Fitzgerald, and Vincent Jackson are averaging around 12 million a year.

  15. reasonablemindsays says: Mar 23, 2013 8:34 PM

    Meanwhile in Philly, Chip Kelly is chuckling to himself. Cruz would probably be in the CFL right now if Nnamdi Asomugha didn’t exist.

  16. gmen23 says: Mar 23, 2013 8:45 PM

    He’s an idiot if he doesn’t take the offer. The amount of guaranteed money he would receive would be enough for the rest of his life and probably his kids life as well{if he invests it right}. If he bets on a big payday in FA next year all it would take is 1 big hit and he could be out of football forever. Come on Victor use your head. “one in the hand is worth two in the bush”.

  17. petehemlock says: Mar 23, 2013 8:48 PM

    He was going to sign it but he dropped the pen.

  18. nflofficeadmin says: Mar 23, 2013 8:48 PM

    Take the best offer you get.

  19. cmonelisha says: Mar 23, 2013 8:48 PM

    SIGN THE DOT!. hes not percy money bec percy does kick returns and plays RB..id say 8 mil is good if its over 7.. he just needs to sign and be over with it but im sure hell wait until a few weeks why not season doesnt start for a few months..but he needs to sign that though!!!

    and giants wont trade him bec giants will command a first rd pick..if some team would trade for him they should just sign an offer for him

  20. flavordave says: Mar 23, 2013 8:50 PM

    Chip Kellys new hybrid 3-4 defensive monster will snap little Cruz in half. I like the guys attitude but he simply stands no chance against the Eagles monster machine tour 2013. Ill just telling it straight for you New Yawkers. And theres simply nothing you can do about it. Just ask Frank Gifford.

  21. mhohmann says: Mar 23, 2013 8:51 PM

    Take it. It’s more than fair.

  22. mcjon22 says: Mar 23, 2013 8:52 PM

    Wow, that’s Brian Hartline money.

  23. ad28bestever says: Mar 23, 2013 8:53 PM

    I wouldn’t mind the Vikings giving up one of their 1st rd picks to get Cruz then sign him to a long term contract, but I will be fine with them drafting a WR in the 1st as well. With Cruz you at least know what you are getting whereas a rookie could be a bust. Jennings and Cruz together would be lethal.

  24. nuttsdagod6 says: Mar 23, 2013 8:55 PM

    Thats a good deal I mean especially with all them crucial drops he had last year yeah he made some great plays but hepulled a t.o. every once in a while

  25. nananatman says: Mar 23, 2013 8:56 PM

    He’d be totally screwed to get the tag, rough estimate of earnings after signing tender, like 10 million? Than he put all his young money years behind him? Than he gets tagged so he is up to like 20 million? Than they’ll be calling him old and saying he won’t last the contract and he’ll get undervalued in free agency. Best bet, take the offer on the table bud.

  26. ranoversquarells says: Mar 23, 2013 8:58 PM

    Don’t do it Victor!!

  27. profootballwalk says: Mar 23, 2013 9:01 PM

    They’ll send him across the middle of the field ten times in the first game, and then ask him if he wants to sign or take the chance of getting hurt during the season.

  28. bartlettruss says: Mar 23, 2013 9:04 PM

    I’d like to hear more about the deal. How many years? If it’s 7 million a year for 7 years and the only guaranteed money is in the first two or three years then maybe it’s not such a good deal.

  29. nesuperfan says: Mar 23, 2013 9:06 PM

    @bechillin, even if the terms are leaked, those terms will cost any other team something the Giants won’t have to pay: A first round pick. That is why he has not been signed by another team in the first place.
    I think he should take it since it is higher than any other slot receiver is getting today. Guaranteed money is just that…guaranteed.

  30. andylucksneck says: Mar 23, 2013 9:20 PM

    Skins cap situation will be under control next year, and I am sure it would chap Mara to lose him to the Skins. Don’t take Cruz, catch TD’s from RGIII instead of sheli.

  31. EJ says: Mar 23, 2013 9:23 PM

    Take the deal as long as it is for 3-4 years. I wouldn’t waste my time with anything less. That will give him ample time to catch on another 3-4 year contract before retiring. Otherwise, go for the bigger paycheck.

  32. rajbais says: Mar 23, 2013 9:24 PM

    Take it if you can insert a ‘player option’ clause in the contract.

    The ‘player option’ should not be an insult to owners and GMs!!!

    The Broncos and Ravens let Pro Bowlers leave due to $$$!!

    Welcome to the Owner friendly NFL!!! The care for wins is as disingenuous as it could be!!!

  33. cmdrsmooth says: Mar 23, 2013 9:30 PM

    Not worth it. Over paid. No offers and that much? When did Giants turn into the jets?

  34. punksinplay says: Mar 23, 2013 9:33 PM

    It’s excellent money and if he stays in New York he’ll make a lot more from endorsements. Let’s face it he thrives in the Giant offense. There is no guarantee he’ll be as successful somewhere else. The fact is if the Giants lose Cruz they’ll plug someone else into the slot and make him productive. If Cruz ends up in Jacksonville et al he’ll be an afterthought on your fantasy team.

  35. andrewproughcfe says: Mar 23, 2013 9:35 PM

    Why should he take $7 million a year, when Mike Wallace played much worse than Cruz for the past 1 1/2 seasons, and got $13 million a year?

  36. jerrygray721 says: Mar 23, 2013 9:48 PM

    if that guaranteed money is that sizable i say take it. a bird in the hand is worth 2 in the bush

  37. dalucks says: Mar 23, 2013 9:51 PM

    7 million a year sounds about right for Victor Cruz.

  38. punksinplay says: Mar 23, 2013 9:59 PM

    Wallace’s contract will turn out to be a horrible decision for Miami. Santonio Holmes part 2.

  39. boogerhut says: Mar 23, 2013 9:59 PM

    supremekingz says: Mar 23, 2013 8:33 PM

    I was just about to say “Take the money”, but If he lives in New York, he’s paying over 50% of his income in taxes between federal, state, and local. So really, 7 mil a year is 3.5.

    When I look at it that way, he’s worth more than that. Might be smarter to be franchised, but together a great year, and head elsewhere
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    Sure man, because we all know that people that make millions a year just file a 1040EZ and pay what it says. SMH. Ever hear of a tax attorney? How about an accountant? Write offs? Deductions? Shelters? DERP. Taxes don’t apply the same way to people like him as they do to the rest, no laws do.

  40. stevelikesthesteelers says: Mar 23, 2013 10:00 PM

    If that’s all they offer, play out the tender and buy an insurance policy. He’s gotta be worth 10-12m/year. If he’s lucky, he can skip camp this year and next (if he gets franchised)

  41. cfbfan2013 says: Mar 23, 2013 10:11 PM

    Interesting you bring that up. Anyone ever notice the most liberal states and the ones that always vote democrat are the most expensive to live in yet those less fortunate think the liberals care about them? They don’t!

    You are right! Cruz should get out of NY because taxes there are way too much.

    And if you think Cruz will pay a lot in taxes, imagine what the Maras pay in taxes? I bet they pay more in taxes than my total salary times 5!

  42. bryany99 says: Mar 23, 2013 10:46 PM

    He would have accepted the offer, but his fax machine broke.

  43. nflofficeadmin says: Mar 23, 2013 10:48 PM

    Victor plays in NY market and has Campbell’s soup commercials nationally. Mike Wallace might do some local ads somewhere but who knows. And he’s paying NJ taxes not NY. Sorry to break it to the guy above, but the giants haven’t worked out of NY for decades and for the same reason they all live in NJ too.

  44. bluereign says: Mar 23, 2013 10:49 PM

    To you ABSOLUTE IDIOTS who put Cruz in the same Breath as Fitzgerald and Calvin Johnson, he is NOWHERE near worth as much money as those two. He has no elite physical skills but the man knows what to do with the ball in his hands. Fitz, CJ and Wallace money is way too much for Cruz and this is coming from a Giants fan. Take the money. You can make much much more in NYC thanks to endorsements.

  45. jameyjame says: Mar 23, 2013 10:51 PM

    supremekingz says: Mar 23, 2013 8:33 PM

    I was just about to say “Take the money”, but If he lives in New York, he’s paying over 50% of his income in taxes between federal, state, and local. So really, 7 mil a year is 3.5.

    When I look at it that way, he’s worth more than that. Might be smarter to be franchised, but together a great year, and head elsewhere
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    what you are not taking into consideration is the endorsements deals playing in new york and being a spanish player in new york generates. mr. cruz will hardly be hurting for money.

  46. changeup39 says: Mar 23, 2013 11:10 PM

    Isn’t Cruz more than just a slot receiver though? I remember him beating the defense many times with some long bombs over the past few years…seems to me the Giants are trying to be cheap and not offering him what he’s worth.

  47. Organic-boy says: Mar 23, 2013 11:28 PM

    Dear Victor: Wes Welker only got 6 million (hear that ONLY 6 million freaking dollars..)and he is the TOP slot receiver in NFL for many years. You are NOT at his level.

    You best reconsider what you are doing because you are about to turn the BIG BLUE fan base AGAINST you. You’re good, but are not worth 6 million a year. We don’t put up with this crap and despise primma-donnas. Ask Tiki. Ask Steve Smith.

    I for one wont be eating any Campbells Chunky soup anytime soon. Work a deal out quick or sign with someone else and let us get a the 1st round pick and move on from this drama.

  48. sportsnut101 says: Mar 23, 2013 11:35 PM

    I can’t feed my family on that lol

    Just hold out for more no matter how much a team offers the player will always get his deal redone after 3 yrs or face being cut happens all the time

    He needs most upfront money as possible tell the giants I will do 3 yr deal at 7 but u can’t franchise me after that. See how fast they up the offer or just take the 1yr deal now. N get 10 mill next yr

  49. luckyarmpit says: Mar 23, 2013 11:57 PM

    bluereign says:
    Mar 23, 2013 10:49 PM
    To you who put Cruz in the same Breath as Fitzgerald and Calvin Johnson, he is NOWHERE near worth as much money as those two. He has no elite physical skills but the man knows what to do with the ball in his hands. Fitz, CJ and Wallace money is way too much for Cruz and this is coming from a Giants fan. Take the money. You can make much much more in NYC thanks to endorsements.

    ———————————-

    I’m a Giants fan too but you can’t compare Fitgerald to Cruz. I like Fitzgerald and I think he’s one of the true “good guys” of the NFL… but he’s never to going to amount to more than a footnote if Arizona can’t get anyone to get him the ball. Cruz is young, healthy, and talented. Pay the man. How hard can it be?

    And where is logicalvoice tonight? Does he take the weekends off? He should be in here spouting some random, irrelavent nonsense about the Redskins or RG3. Or better yet, he should still be beating the salary cap dead horse some more since this is a Giants article.

  50. wferg1121 says: Mar 23, 2013 11:58 PM

    “If he lives in New York, he’s paying over 50% of his income in taxes between federal, state, and local.”

    Thats why they all have charities.

    I think he has to take it too.. He is at 2.9 million as a restricted FA this year, so if he doesn’t take it, he loses at least 4 million and change this year.. The question is, can he make up that 4 million + change dollars over the course of his next contract?? That is guaranteed money. He would have to make at least 9 million and change in 2014/15 seasons to break even.. I don’t think so..

  51. j4man1 says: Mar 24, 2013 12:48 AM

    Of course he’ll take because he knows he’s not worth it and no one else will pay him that.

  52. duncanthecat says: Mar 24, 2013 1:01 AM

    He would be smart to do a one year deal or hold to the restricted contract.

    Next year the Redskins will have a wad full to spend, and Dan Snyder would like nothing more than clamping onto Mara’s sweet balls and yanking on them while he throws dollars at Cruz.

    Be smart Victor these next two years will be probably your only chance to make huge dollars.

  53. rodgers419 says: Mar 24, 2013 1:34 AM

    He’d be a fool to sign. That’s at least 4m/yr under the very bottom of his market value. He’s better off sitting 10 weeks.

  54. bigbadal21 says: Mar 24, 2013 2:13 AM

    flavordave says:Mar 23, 2013 8:50 PM

    Chip Kellys new hybrid 3-4 defensive monster will snap little Cruz in half. I like the guys attitude but he simply stands no chance against the Eagles monster machine tour 2013. Ill just telling it straight for you New Yawkers. And theres simply nothing you can do about it. Just ask Frank Gifford.

    This is probably off topic but it is something that has bugged me for years. Since flovordave opened the door I will walk in. How many of you posters have seen the so called hit of the century on Frank Gifford? I have seen it several times on the various sport networks but to be honest the video isn’t of much quality. All the old school players tout it as beyond brutal and use it as a reference to how violent the NFL was in their day. It is my opinion that in most of todays NFL games players take much more vicious hits on a regular basis. Just my two cents.

  55. roadtrip3500 says: Mar 24, 2013 3:44 AM

    Other teams are getting very suspicious when the Giants let an offensive player walk. They want to sign Cruz to reasonable money so they can sign Nicks and JPP later. But if he takes the tender this year and walks next year, Cruz may be surprised at the response. Amani Toomer, Steve Smith, Kevin Boss, Mario Manningham, Brandon Jacobs – all left NYG hoping for the big payday, and they’ve all gone next to nowhere. The Giants “complained” when the Pats picked up injured TE Jake Ballard from the waiver wire a year ago, but have you seen the Giants try to get him back? Now Ahmad Bradshaw is learning what it’s like.

    Let’s say the Giants’ offer is $15M guaranteed (the rest means nothing). Cruz has to decide… is $15M plus what he can make in endorsements worth staying in New York with a top-tier QB and a chance at championships, or is it only about the money and will he be happy making $30M but playing for a bad team (see “the return of Aaron Ross from Jacksonville”)?

  56. 6thsense79 says: Mar 24, 2013 4:10 AM

    I’m a little weary of the advice a majority of you guys are giving Cruz. Most of you almost always think players that want to test the market are greedy so as far as looking out for Cruz’s beat interest I think you all would be the last people to take advise from.

    Looking at the situation Cruz will get $2.5 mill this year if he signs the RFA contract and another $11 to 12 mill next year if franchised. That is already matching the $7 mill per year the Giants are offering. The question is does he want to expose himself to a potential injury. We’ve seen two receivers bet on themselves and received significantly more on the open Market in Vincent Jackson and Mike Wallace. Wallace didn’t have a particularly great season last year but his age and track record from the prior 3 seasons worked in his favor.

    Whatever decision is made Cruz needs to just be comfortable with it. Personally I’d tell him to hold off if he isn’t satisfied with the offer.

  57. victorycruz says: Mar 24, 2013 4:52 AM

    If he doesn’t sign then he’ll be another Plaxico Burress, Steve Smith, Kevin Boss, Mario Manningham, and Brandon Jacobs who’s career’s have fizzled leaving the MANning that got them the rings they have. Choose wisely. Rings or money.. it is indeed a hard choice

  58. louhudson23 says: Mar 24, 2013 5:05 AM

    I was just about to say “Take the money”, but If he lives in New York, he’s paying over 50% of his income in taxes between federal, state, and local. So really, 7 mil a year is 3.5.
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    Anyone who makes that kind of money is an idiot if they pay 50% in taxes. There are many ,many ways to avoid that kind of tax bill. 50% tax rates are simply talk radio(and Phil Mickelson) blathering.

  59. andyb02 says: Mar 24, 2013 5:48 AM

    Don’t take it. Leave the NFC East please. It was more fun to play the Giants when they didn’t have receivers.

  60. 49ergeorge says: Mar 24, 2013 6:23 AM

    He’s lame.

  61. buffalomafia says: Mar 24, 2013 6:26 AM

    Are there any other teams that want him? I haven’t heard of any teams? Am I wrong?

  62. gadzod says: Mar 24, 2013 6:50 AM

    Nobody is going to out bid for Cruz. NFL teams are colluding. Don’t you think he would have received an offer before Gibson did? It’s a known rule within the 32 teams to not bid on their restricted free agents…

  63. ccjcsr says: Mar 24, 2013 8:49 AM

    It’s about the Guaranteed money not the annual salary, give him 20-25 mill and we have a deal!

  64. dogman9 says: Mar 24, 2013 9:00 AM

    Dude you came out of UMass as a nobody, and was known here in NY as a preseason star only. You worked your butt off to become a legitimate NFL player. You got everything you need in this area, and now financial security is staring you in the face.

    Don’t risk injury this year and never get this chance again. Sign the deal with a huge smile and don’t ever look back.

  65. steelerben says: Mar 24, 2013 9:26 AM

    I can’t see how Mike Wallace is worth twice Victor Cruz.

  66. bigbwoy000 says: Mar 24, 2013 9:46 AM

    Only Eagle fans bring up hits & plays from FIFTY YEARS ago. Funny how that coincides with the last time they won anything as well.

    Eagle Fans: Fifty years ago your RB got slammed by our guy.
    Giant Fans: Yup he did but how many Lombardi’s do you guys have?
    Eagle Fans: Your championships are in the past, the past doesn’t matter.

    Typical Eagle fans – the past only matters when they want to bring up 50 year old history, but 2 years ago is “in the past”!!!

    Silliest fans in the NFL, no others are even close!

  67. gmen23 says: Mar 24, 2013 10:17 AM

    Why cant some of you people get it through your heads that Cruz is not an outside receiver and therefore does not command that same money. Comparing him to guys like Jackson and Megatron is comparing apples to oranges. He is a SLOT receiver for Gods sake and has an offer that is longer, for more guaranteed, and more overall money than the best slot ever to play in Wes Welker. Sign the damn contract Victor and your family will never have another monetary worry in their life.

  68. gmen23 says: Mar 24, 2013 10:22 AM

    ccjcsr says: Mar 24, 2013 8:49 AM

    It’s about the Guaranteed money not the annual salary, give him 20-25 mill and we have a deal!

    Hate to break it to you ccjcsr but every report I have heard says that at least 3 years of the 7mil plus/year offer are guaranteed and therefore they have already given him the 20-25 mil in guaranteed money that you claim it would take to sign him.

  69. markerdown says: Mar 24, 2013 10:50 AM

    Take the deal Victor!!

  70. steelers4385 says: Mar 24, 2013 10:56 AM

    Cruz deserved atleast 9. I mean hes been carring Eli and the Giants offense while Nicks sits out and crys about some injury. In my eyes..he has definatley proven to be worth it.

  71. salventuri says: Mar 24, 2013 11:31 AM

    If I were Cruz, I’d probably take it. He’s enormously popular here in Jersey and can probably make more with endorsements being a Giant compared to any other team. Plus his local (within NJ) opportunities can generate plenty of extra cash. Hopefully he realizes that.

    He’s be foolish to leave or risk injury with the “possibility” of a bigger paycheck as a free agent next year.

  72. bigbluenationdb says: Mar 24, 2013 11:36 AM

    Nicks is the best WR in New York. Cruz struggled last year when Nicks was out. Cruz benefits from Nicks ability to get down the field and draw double teams. I want to see Cruz stay but he doesn’t deserve money like a #1 WR.

  73. CKL says: Mar 24, 2013 12:07 PM

    supremekingz says: Mar 23, 2013 8:33 PM

    I was just about to say “Take the money”, but If he lives in New York, he’s paying over 50% of his income in taxes between federal, state, and local. So really, 7 mil a year is 3.5.
    ___________________________________
    Looks like a lot of people who smack talked this comment have a poor understanding of taxes. Sure there are shelters, etc but the fact is that yes, he will be paying a lot more there than say, FL.

    A 7 mil offer for a younger WW just points out again how badly WW’s agent played this.

  74. brobroski says: Mar 24, 2013 12:34 PM

    This thread can be easily summed up.
    Take the deal Victor ~ Giants fans
    He’s worth more, don’t accept ~ everybody else

  75. Mr. Wright 212 says: Mar 24, 2013 12:54 PM

    Vic is buggin. Let him walk. Murphy is faster, anyway.

  76. kev86 says: Mar 24, 2013 5:37 PM

    Many have said 5 for 37.5 should be about the number. Cruz should sign. If not, lick up Hakeem.

  77. brooklynsownnyg says: Mar 25, 2013 1:23 AM

    hey flavordave you need to understand something i know its tough for you people from philadelphia to understand simple concepts for example being a die hard fan of a worthless organization… youre supposed to support good organizations that actually win something but hey what do you know you only come from a horrendous city that only wishes it was new york… but i digress my major point is the rule to follow is any team with a top 10 pick in the draft that they didnt trade to obtain (even better when its a top 5 pick) has NO RIGHT WHATSOEVER to talk crap to ANYONE… well i mean except to chiefs jags or raiders fans (hey thats some great company youre in buddy)… i guess bottom line is YOURE AN EAGLES FAN WHICH MEANS YOUR ORGANIZATION AND CITY IS GARBAGE… so dont talk smack about giants fans or their players because lets not forget the last time you eagles fans proclaimed how great you were mr “dream team” thats right you went out and paid MILLIONS for a bust like nnamdi that got humiliated every chance he got by who was it??? o thats right CRUZ! Eagles monster???? HA!

  78. aciraci says: Mar 25, 2013 11:45 AM

    Wallace and Jackson are WAY over paid. That’s what happens when traditionally BAD organizations are desperate to make local headlines and fill seats.

    The Giants made Cruz a fair offer, but it makes just as much sense for Cruz to wait until draft day to see if someone gets desperate enough to give up their 1st round pick and blow the Giants offer away. Not likely to happen, but it makes sense to wait and see.

    After the draft, Cruz will sign a long term deal and remain a Giant.

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