Victor Cruz received some great news — as he was able to hit the next phase in his rehab from a devastating patellar tendon tear suffered last season.
The New York Giants’ receiver is now able to cut and says his reconstructed knee is now 75 to 80 percent.
“We got [to cutting],” Cruz said Tuesday night prior to the 22nd annual United Way of New York City Gridiron Gala at the Hilton in Manhattan. “We started running some intermediate routes on air and stuff like that. It’s feeling good. It’s feeling tood so far. I think I’m 75-80 percent right now. It’s just a matter of building it.”