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Draft Scout Victor Cruz News
11/17/16 - WR Victor Cruz (ankle) was limited in Wednesday's walk-through practice. Cruz is hoping to return to the lineup this weekend.
11/17/16 - WR Victor Cruz (ankle) has been limited in practice this week. Cruz said he is far more optimistic that he'll be ready to go Sunday against the Bears, as he has not experienced any setbacks since returning to practice this week.
11/15/16 - WR Victor Cruz was named the Giants' nominee for the 2016 Art Rooney Sportsmanship award. The winner, who will be chosen from among the 32 nominees, each one representing the teams, will be announced at the annual NFL Honors award show before the Super Bowl. Cruz (ankle) should be back on the practice field by Thursday, per Ben McAdoo. Cruz was unable to work all last week after suffering a low ankle sprain two weeks ago in a win over the Eagles.
11/14/16 - WR Victor Cruz is expected to miss Monday night's game against the Cincinnati Bengals due to an ankle injury. The 30-year-old Cruz, who was listed as questionable on the injury report, is dealing with a sprained ankle that kept him out of practice Thursday and Friday. He has 25 receptions for 377 yards and a touchdown in eight games this season.
11/14/16 - WR Victor Cruz (ankle) missed his first game this year Monday against the Bengals after sitting nearly two years with knee/calf injuries. Cruz was injured in last week's 28-23 win over the Eagles when his ankle was stepped on during his 46-yard reception in the second quarter. The receiver left the game for X-ray exams, which were negative. Further testing revealed that his ankle sprain was of the low variety and that he would not be looking at an extended absence. In fact, team doctors told Cruz, who turned 30 years old Friday, that he had a chance to play in Monday's game. While the receiver also held out hope, in the end, he was unable to practice all week due to lingering soreness, and decided that it would be best to sit out this week to get his body right for the long haul.