John Fennelly, SNY.TV Facebook | Twitter | Tumblr | | Archive Posts The time has apparently arrived for Giants WR Victor Cruz to finally get back on the field again, in a live game, providing the unexpected. Cruz is expected to play in the Giants' preseason game vs the Jets at MetLife Stadium on Saturday night. "I'm ready," Cruz told reporters on Thursday. "Obviously it's been a long time coming. I had a good week of practice, everything feels great so I'm just excited to put that out there on the game field for the first time in a long time." Cruz last played in a game on October 12, 2014 vs the Philadelphia Eagles, the night he tore a pateller tendon and missed the remainder of the season.
Have you heard about this zero running back strategy in fantasy football? It was pioneered a few years ago by Shawn Siegele at RotoViz. The idea is to hold off taking running backs like Todd Gurley and Adrian Peterson early and building up the other positions
One would think all professional athletes would know that taking the ‘tainted supplement’ route isn’t a winning strategy. However, after being hit with a 10-game suspension, Philadelphia Eagles offensive lineman Lane Johnson has come out and done just that. Johnson told Philly.com that he plans on suing the manufacturer of an amino acid supplement he was taking that allegedly caused his PED positive test. He also has a new diet idea to help him steer clear of a third positive test and a two-year suspension that would likely end his career — just straight food and water. “Food and water. That’s all I’m going to put in my system. Food and water. No supplements, no powders, nothing,” said Johnson.