Hey I would love for him to be a long term Giant BUT
a player is one injury away from being retired in this league.
The only way I see Victor Cruz as a long term Giant is he
decides to take a lot less money.
Meaning he really wants to be a Giant but his agent is
gonna push the envelope like they all do.
I would be very surprised to see him a Giant and I don't
blame him at all for going after a huge pay day.
This is what the league is and it's his time and I would
do the exact same thing as probably many of you would too.
Be realistic it is what it is! $$$$
If it were loyalty the Giants would have kept Bradshaw !
Loyalty is not gonna keep Victor Cruz.
Don't be surprised if he's gone.
All sane or insane comments welcome!! : )
The Bradshaw release had nothing to do with loyalty.
From the layout I was expecting each line to end in rhyme.
Every player is one injury away from being retired in this league.
Why are you posting this like an Edgar Allen Poe poem?
If Cruz stays the way of Big Blue
Twould be so glorious,
With Nicks Eli and Randle
We shall be victorious,
Seriously though, Cruz deserves money more then Nicks and anyone else on this team for his performances that past 2 seasons. Pay the man. He is a special talent in the slot.
1-OT Ryan Ramczyk
2-TE Adam Shaheen
3-DE Demarcus Walker
4-RB Samaje Perine
5-QB Joshua Dobbs
6-CB Marquez White
7-LB Ben Boulware
"Measure Twice......Cut Once"
You couldn't be more full of **** if you were break dancing in a Port-a-Potty.......Kruunch
list of top 10 WR where does Cruz fit money wise.
1. Vincent Jackson, Buccaneers – 11,000,000
2. Dwayne Bowe, Chiefs – 9,515,000
3. Wes Welker, Patriots – 9,515,000
4. Brandon Marshall, Bears – 9,300,000
5. Santonio Holmes, Jets – 7,750,000
6. Sidney Rice, Seahawks – $,7,000,000
7. Anquan Boldin, Ravens – $6,000,000
8. Roddy White, Falcons – 5,500,000
9. Darius Heyward-Bey – $5,279,000
10. Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals – $5,000,000
Most Notable WRs not on the list: Greg Jennings ($3.89 million in 2012), Calvin Johnson ($1.25 million in 2012), and Andre Johnson ($700,000 in 2012).
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