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Giants WR Victor Cruz 'very confident' he can return to form
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

Giants receiver Victor Cruz, who tore his patella tendon last October, told the New York Post his knee is "feeling better every day." He has begun running on a machine that allows him to use partial body weight, the paper said.

"I just want to get back out there and get back to 100 percent," Cruz said. "I’m very confident I can get back to where I was.”

Cruz said he understands GM Jerry Reese's recent comment that the team can't count on Cruz regaining his Pro Bowl form. He knows he has a lot to prove.

“I’m extremely anxious to run for real and make those cuts you need to make when you’re healthy,” Cruz said. “I’m a competitor and want to start that process now. I’ll be out there soon enough.”

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GM Jerry Reese: Giants can't rely on Victor Cruz recovery for 2015
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

Giants general manager Jerry Reese told reporters that the team can't rely on wideout Victor Cruz being fully recovered in time for the 2015 season. Reese noted that doing so wouldn't be responsible for the front office, and that as a result, they'll look to improve at the position this offseason, according to ESPN.

"When a guy has a big injury like Victor had, you can't put all your eggs in his basket," Reese said. "Our doctors say he looks good. I see him down in the training room, working out with our trainers and our medical people, and he looks good. But his game is quickness. And until you get out there and move around, you never really know how he's going to recovery from that. We're hoping and praying that he'll come back 100 percent and be the Victor Cruz that we know, but you can't put 100 percent in that basket."

Cruz tore his patella tendon in October against the Eagles. He was limited to 23 catches for 337 and one touchdown in six games in 2014. Coach Tom Coughlin told reporters that Cruz should start running soon, and that he remains "where he needs to be" in his recovery process.

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Giants coach Coughlin: Victor Cruz should begin running soon
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

Giants coach Tom Coughlin told reporters during Thursday's combine press conference that wideout Victor Cruz is where he's supposed to be in the rehab process, and noted that he should begin running shortly, per the team's official website.

Cruz tore his patella tendon in October against the Eagles. He was limited to 23 catches for 337 and one touchdown in six games in 2014.

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Giants put WR Victor Cruz on injured reserve
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

As expected, the Giants placed wideout Victor Cruz on season-ending injured reserve. He tore his patella tendon in Sunday's loss at Philadelphia.

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Victor Cruz injuries gives others chance to emerge
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

It's official. Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz has a torn patellar tendon in his right knee and will have season-ending surgery, leaving quarterback Eli Manning without his favorite target.

Or at least one of his favorites.

Turns out Cruz wasn't even the Giants' most-targeted receiver through the first six games. Rueben Randle was and becomes the clear No. 1 with Cruz out. He again led the way in targets with nine Week 6 at Philadelphia. He had a modest 58 yards on five catches, but let's not forget Manning threw for only 151.

Odell Beckham probably gets the biggest bump with Cruz's injury. Playing only his second game after missing the first four with a hamstring injury, he was targeted four times in Week 6, catching two passes for 28 yards. But he was on the field for 88 percent of the Giants snaps and showed his playmaking ability in Week 5, even scoring a touchdown. On a day when the Giants don't face a defense playing at its best, Beckham could impress.

Tight end Larry Donnell could get back to being a bigger part of the game plan with Cruz down. After catching 25 passes for 236 yards in the Giants' first four games, he has just one catch for 6 yards in their last two. He's probably already owned in your league, as is Randle, but Cruz's injury is enough incentive to stick with him a little longer.

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