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The season's now over for Victor Cruz.
The Giants' star receiver underwent an arthroscopic debridement procedure on his left knee on Thursday. The procedure was performed by Dr. James Andrews in Pensacola, Fla.
Cruz initially suffered a left knee sprain and a concussion late in Sunday's ...
The good news for the Giants: They had a handful of players back at practice on Thursday, so they won't be completely depleted for Sunday's meaningless game against the Detroit Lions.
The bad news: Victor Cruz wasn't among them.
Cruz remained out for a second straight practice, making it ...
There are 10 Giants players on the pre-practice injury report and not a single one of them are expected to practice with the team on Wednesday.
And that's a bit of a problem.
Tom Coughlin admitted that he's going to have to alter the way the team practices based on the dwindling numbers. ...
Jeff H. writes… Plenty of blame to go around, but it’s a VERY simple concept about why we can’t compete with good teams– BLOCKING!.. If you look at the line in 2011, the primary weakness was Right Tackle. However, Manning was able to step up in the pocket and be effective. This season, there are [...]
The debate regarding the team’s future takes center stage. Mike M. writes… I am sure there will finger pointing by one and all today, so I guess I will join in. It may well be time for Coughlin and/or some/all of his staff to go. And certainly many players have either underperformed or just don’t [...]
Pathetic. That one little word tells you all you need to know about the New York Giants’ 23-0 loss to the Seattle Seahawks this week, their second such shutout of the season. Rather than recap the pathetic performance in any kind of detail, there is a bigger, more pathetic story that needs to be told. [...]
Cruz undergoes knee debridement.
Victor Cruz underwent an arthroscopic knee debridement Thursday that will end his season, the team announced. Dr. James Andrews performed the procedure went Cruz sought a second opinion from him Thursday on the severity of his knee injury.
Recover for knee debridement is usually 3-4 weeks. It wouldn't be a season-ender for Cruz but for the fact that, well, the season is ending.
— Tom Rock (@TomRock_Newsday) December 19, 2013
Cruz ends the season with 998 receiving yards, two shy of his third straight 1,000-yard season.
Cruz was also battling concussion symptoms but has gone through the NFL protocol...
The Giants' injury report from Thursday.
Victor Cruz did not return to practice on Thursday for the New York Giants, and ominous-sounding reports coming from a variety of beat writers make it sound like the news about the star wide receiver might not be good.
Per Pat Traina, Cruz has now been declared out for Sunday.
Cruz is dealing with a concussion, but multiple reports via Twitter indicate that what has been reported as a knee sprain is more significant in holding him back.
As we've reported since Sunday, Victor Cruz was unlikely to play again this season. Hope now is knee...