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Draft Scout Victor Cruz News
11/06/13 - WR Victor Cruz (neck) did not practice on Wednesday. Head coach Tom Coughlin stopped short of saying if Cruz experienced a setback, instead saying, "When a guy is not practicing, obviously, it's an issue. They're just going to hold him to make sure he doesn't have any further incidents. He feels better and probably could practice if we really needed him to practice today, but we're going to err on the side of caution."
Cruz, who participated in a walk-through practice on Monday, said he experienced some stiffness the following day and had some tests done. The team's medical staff decided to play it safe and hold him out of Wednesday's practice just to give him another day to rest.
11/04/13 - --WR Victor Cruz (burner) is not expected to miss any time this week.
10/28/13 - --WR Victor Cruz (stinger) underwent some additional tests to confirm that nothing major occurred after he was violently thrown to the ground by Eagles' cornerback Bradley Fletcher. X-rays done on Cruz were negative and he was able to return to the game, but Coughlin said that Cruz would have all of the follow up tests to make sure that nothing was missed during the initial exam.
09/19/13 - WR Victor Cruz will be looking to record his third consecutive 100-plus yard receiving game this weekend.
09/06/13 - WR Victor Cruz (heel) continued to practice Friday is listed as probable for Saturday night. Cruz said stamina is not a problem, but he would like to test his cutting ability on an artificial surface.
"I haven't had a chance to do that, at least not yet. So I have a day tomorrow, I'll probably get just a couple routes on it tomorrow, nothing too crazy," Cruz said. "But I'm confident. I feel good, I feel like I'm in shape, I feel like the heel is much better. I'm not leaning or favoring the other leg or anything like that so it feels good. I'm anxious to go out there and see what I can do on game day."