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Check out the best catches and throws from around the league in Preseason Week 1.

Sigh. We love football.
Chicago Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky turns heads in his preseason debut, but the Denver Broncos prevail 24-17 in this preseason matchup.
Even though the Bears didn't dominate, Mitchell's preview last night has us super pumped to watch him this coming season!!
Poll: Weekend Plans?
It's going to be the first weekend of July. Summer is in full swing. What activities do you have on the agenda?

A) Working on my touchdown dance moves.

B) Throwing the ole pigskin around, FOR SURE!

C) Running, football, biking, football, swimming, football, sleeping and dreaming about football!

D) Sleeping in, eating junk food, watching TV... you know, typical weekend stuff.

E) MADDEN!!!!

F) _________________________ (tell us in the comments) 
The "Good Morning Football" crew discusses how the New York Giants will move forward without Victor Cruz, and vice versa.

What do you think? Yes or no?
Salsalito!

Check out the top 10 plays from Victor Cruz's tenure with the New York Giants.
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When Victor Cruz got into the end zone, you knew what was coming next--the Salsa Dance! Take a look back at Cruz's post-score shimmy.
E.Manning pass short right to V.Cruz for 99 yards, TOUCHDOWN.
New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and Victor Cruz warm up with teammates before the game against the Dallas Cowboys!

How many combined TDs will both players score in tonight's game?!
Which NFL veterans lit up Week 2? Check out the most athletic feats of the week!
New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz made a crazy catch in a crucial moment against the New Orleans Saints in Week 2. See the game-changing play from every angle!
Check the 11-yard catch by C.J. Anderson,  Amari Cooper with an awesome 25-yard catch against the Falcons, and the 35-yard catch against the Saints by Victor Cruz!
New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning finds receiver Victor Cruz for a big 35-yard gain.
New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning throws a 3-yard TD pass to wide receiver Victor Cruz.
Poll: Victor Cruz Does the Salsa!
New York Giants Victor Cruz is back and has a reason to salsa! 

Cruz brings out his best dance moves after scoring a TD! This marks his first touchdown in 721 days.


Find out how New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz will perform in 2016 and what he can bring to his team!
Poll: Kid Reporter Drew: Giants Wide Receivers Are Awesome
One of the most dangerous combinations to watch out this year is for is Odell Beckam Jr., Victor Cruz and Rueben Randle. Those guys are the most dangerous offense in the NFL.

Ever since 2011 when Steve Smith and Hakeem Nicks left the Giants, people said they will not have a good wide receiver corps for a while. Well, that drought has ended with Odell, Cruz and Randle. They are sure to be a very high powered offense with the help of team captain Eli Manning and the earth, wind and fire backfield  Jennings, Williams and Vereen.

So watch out, Cowboys, were coming for you!

-Kid Reporter Drew


Poll: Week 1 GAME DAY!!!!!
The NFL season is here ... WOO HOO!!!

You know who's playing football today? Andrew Luck, Russell Wilson, Jamaal Charles, Peyton Manning, A.J. Green, J.J. Watt, Victor Cruz, Cam Newton, Sammy Watkins, Aaron Rodgers, Matt Forte, Megatron, Beast Mode, OBJ, and a ton more great NFL players, certainly more than we can list here (but we tried).

So be sure to do these things:

1) Set your Fantasy Football lineup. If you're not playing, it's really fun, fast and free, so go ahead and start now!

2) Pick the winners of each game in Pick 'Em (same thing: it's fun, fast and free so give it a shot).

3) Get your family and friends together.

4) Get your snacks ready.

5) Have a GREAT day watching NFL football!

DeMarco Murray, Matthew Stafford, and Victor Cruz do what for fun???

You know, when they're just flat out playing for the fun of it?

Find out what tons of NFL players do for fun and then tell the world how you do it.

Go to NFL PLAY 60 and get your click on!

Victor Cruz does it.

So does Prince Amukamura.

And the Buffalo Bills are getting into the act too.

It's sweeping the NFL.

What is it?

It's Fuel Up to Play 60.


Check it out. You can Fuel Up to Play 60 too!

Go to the Fuel Up to Play 60 website to find out how you can join the action.

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This March, NFL players and kids showed how they #FuelGreatness every day thanks to school breakfast. All sorts of cool things can happen when you get a nutritious start to your day! Check out a few highlights from last month's Fuel Up to Play 60 events across the nation.


New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz enjoyed his morning meal with some energized Fuel Up to Play 60 students.


The McCourty Twins showed these Fuel Up to Play 60 Ambassadors how to party in style ... fueled with a nutritious breakfast, of course!


Denver Broncos safety David Bruton and Miles the Mascot visited a local school to celebrate their Fuel Up to Play 60 success and get them pumped about school breakfast.


Kansas City Chiefs punter Dustin Colquitt toasted to fueling greatness in the classroom with some Fuel Up to Play 60 students ready to succeed!

It's not too late to join the action! Learn about all the ways you can continue to fuel greatness throughout the year at FuelUpToPlay60.com.

New York Giants wide receivers Odell Beckham Jr. and Victor Cruz are rumored to be planning a two-man touchdown dance celebration for the 2015 season. Here is a look at what such a duet might look like.

Did you know that eating a healthy breakfast every morning can help you perform better in class and give you energy to do all the other fun things you like?

This spring, Fuel Up to Play 60 is spreading the word about how school breakfast can Fuel Greatness for students on the field, in the classroom, and everywhere in between. The best part? NFL players like New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz are joining in the fun!


If you're 13 or older, check out Fuel Up to Play 60 on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to see NFL players and kids across the country sharing how they Fuel Greatness every day.

Then, get in on the action and upload photos of how you Fuel Greatness, too! Show off what great things you're doing when you're powered by school breakfast, using the hashtag #FuelGreatness. Visit FuelUpToPlay60.com to learn more.

NFL RUSH Kid Reporter Jake was able to speak with New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin. Yes, two-time Super Bowl winner Tom Coughlin.

1. The Giants have the 9th pick this year. What are some needs you are going to try and fill in the draft?

We are like every other team. We have multiple needs, and our objective in the draft is the same as it always is, to pick as many good players as we possibly can.

2. Can you give us an update on how Victor Cruz is recovering? What can we expect to see from him and Odell Beckman Jr. both playing together?

Victor has worked very hard. He looks good. It is a very regimented rehabilitation program. He has done a good job with it. He is where he should be. I think very shortly he is going to start running.

Victor and Odell are two very, very talented individuals, two guys that have been extremely productive. Obviously the more weapons you have, the better the opportunities are. The only thing any of these guys are interested in is winning. That is all we talk about. The complementing each other, complementing our team, helping our team win - that is what it is all about.

3. What is your favorite offseason activity and why?

From a football standpoint, it is trying to improve your team and building the sense of team and the camaraderie that a groups needs to be successful. Otherwise, it is the work we do with the Jay Fund and spending quality time with my family.

4. The Giants have let many great tight ends go in the past (Jeremy Shockey, Kevin Boss, and Martellus Bennett). After a breakout season, what are your plans for Larry Donnell in the future?

Well, we haven't just let those people go. Change is the nature of our business. And the ability to adapt and adjust is essential if you are going to be successful. Larry has been very, very productive in one area. I think he has learned an awful lot about what it is to play in this league over an extended period of time.

The entire season, the ups and the downs, I think he realizes he physically has to do a better job of preparing himself. We would like him to be a little bit better blocker. He has had huge games as a receiver and does complement a lot of what we are doing and continues to improve and get better in that regard.

How does Aaron Rodgers play? Not football, but what does he do to just flat out have fun when he's not playing football?

How about DeMarco Murray? Matthew Stafford? Victor Cruz? DeMarcus Ware?

Over 100 NFL players tell us what they do when they go out to play, and we created a shout board that lets you tell the world how you do it.

Go to NFL PLAY 60 and get your click on!

Hi everyone. So, what do you think of my article name? Come on. You know you love it. As the name suggests, I want to talk about this weeks underdog team. It might be a surprise to some of you but I think the Giants are this weeks underdogs. They have had a struggle this season, but I have seen a couple games this season where they seemed unstoppable. It took them a couple of games to get in rhythm because of a new offensive style, but once they got that spark, the fire was lit and they were dominant. The receivers are going to have to step up now that Victor Cruz is injured. The running backs have to step up as well. I think if they do those two things, they could potentially beat Andrew Luck's Colts.