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Giants morning report: Victor Cruz 'feels very, very good'

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New York Giants headlines for Wednesday, 5/13.

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Good morning, New York Giants fans! Let's start your day with the good news that wide receiver Victor Cruz has progressed enough in his recovery from a torn patellar tendon that is running some pass routes and cutting, albeit not at full speed.

"I feel pretty good," Cruz said Tuesday at the Gridiron Gala to benefit the United Way. "(Today I did) some intermediate stuff, some cutting, planting left and right. I'm just excited to continue that. It feels very, very good right now."

Cruz reiterated that he plans to return in August.

"I'm in no rush at all," he said. "I think it's just a matter of this is the process that we're in (of) the recovery. The plan is still intact. I just go in there day-to-day and they tell me what to do."

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