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Report: Victor Cruz has $7 million per year offer from Giants

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Victor Cruz reportedly has a contract offer from the Giants that would pay him $7 million per year. Read about that and more in today's Giants' notebook.

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Victor Cruz
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What is going on currently between Victor Cruz and the New York Giants? well, the New York Daily News is reporting that Cruz has an offer from the Giants of $7 million per year, exceeding the $6 million per season Wes Welker got from the Denver Broncos.

NFL.com added that the offer "would seem to be in the three- to four-year range."

Cruz is, of course, a restricted free agent and there has been much speculation about whether or not he would receive an offer sheet from another team. This tweet a couple of days ago from Adam Schefter would seem to indicate that if Cruz is holding out hope that a team will step forward and force the Giants to pay even more that isn't going to happen.

Cruz would seemingly have these options:

- Sign the deal the Giants have reportedly offered him.

- Sign the first-round tender the Giants offered him, worth $2.879 million, and continue to try to negotiate a richer long-term deal. Head to unrestricted free agency next year if he doesn't get a satisfactory offer from the Giants.

- Continue to wait and hope that the Giants offer increases, or someone does unexpectedly make him an offer.

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