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New York Giants News And Notes: Victor Cruz, Author

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Cruz's book tackles Revis, Cro, Cowboys - Giants Blog - ESPN New York
He had heard plenty of trash talk last year, but being put down by Jets cornerbacks Darrelle Revis and Antonio Cromartie resonated with Giants receiver Victor Cruz.

Mannings rallying around Peyton's comeback - Yahoo! Sports
Eli, meanwhile, smiles at the sight of his older brother back on the field, actively running high school-age campers through drills along with the college quarterbacks who serve as counselors.

''I've seen him play football since I was 7 years old, so the last 25 years he's been a great role model and someone to follow - his work ethic and how he handles himself and how he plays the game at such a high level,'' Eli said. ''I'm excited to see him back in uniform, see him back playing. Obviously he went through a tough year last year.''

Jason Witten responds to Amani Toomer comments - Dallas Cowboys Blog - ESPN Dallas
"I think he's an elite league quarterback," Witten said of Romo. "Many people have said that. I think that's great that Amani said that, but at the end of the day, Eli is a Super Bowl champ. He's won two out of the last five years. They're doing a lot of good things right up there. They're the poster boys of how you do it and not let adversity get in the way because of where they're at."

Seahawks release receiver Williams after disappointing 2011 season - NFL - News, Rumors, Scores, Stats, Fantasy
The Seattle Seahawks have cut wide receiver Mike Williams after two up-and-down seasons that first reignited his career before injuries slowed him in 2011.

Fantasy Football Draft Guide: How to Outsmart the Competition -
One of the most common mistakes in fantasy drafts is the selection of the "best player available."

New York Giants coach watches his son's career develop - Evening Sun
New York Giants offensive line coach Pat Flaherty walked into the NFL teams film room two years ago and saw himself, from his playing days at Delone Catholic High, on the screen.