|Nov. 5, 20152:06 PM PT3:06 PM MT4:06 PM CT5:06 PM ET22:06 GMT6:06 AM 北京时间3:06 PM MST5:06 PM EST4:06 PM CT2:06 UAE (+1)17:06 ET20:06 - Cruz has started running again and hopes to play this season. The 29-year-old Cruz ran on Thursday for the first time since aggravating a calf injury in late September.
Analysis: Cruz has not played in a game since he sustained a major knee injury in the sixth game of the 2014 season in Philadelphia. He had surgery and targeted the season opener against Dallas for his return.
|Oct. 2, 201511:55 AM PT12:55 PM MT1:55 PM CT2:55 PM ET18:55 GMT2:55 AM 北京时间11:55 AM MST1:55 PM EST1:55 PM CT22:55 UAE14:55 ET17:55 - Cruz remains sidelined indefinitely with a calf injury.
Analysis: Cruz may not play at all this season.
|Aug. 25, 201512:36 PM PT1:36 PM MT2:36 PM CT3:36 PM ET19:36 GMT3:36 AM 北京时间12:36 PM MST2:36 PM EST2:36 PM CT23:36 UAE15:36 ET18:36 - Cruz says he is feeling better after getting a platelet-rich plasma injection a little more than a week ago after aggravating his calf injury. He plans to see the team doctor on Monday and remains day to day in terms of playing status.
Analysis: "Every game is in my sights, to be honest," said Cruz, who has not played since sustaining a knee injury six games into last season. "Every week I'm trying to gauge it and see how it feels and kind of take steps and wake up in the morning and do the old calf raise test in bed and stuff like that. We'll see how it goes." Cruz had hoped to play this past weekend, but aggravated the calf during individual drills on Sept. 30.
|Aug. 20, 201512:24 PM PT1:24 PM MT2:24 PM CT3:24 PM ET19:24 GMT3:24 AM 北京时间12:24 PM MST2:24 PM EST2:24 PM CT23:24 UAE15:24 ET18:24 - New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin doesn't think Cruz will play in Saturday's preseason game against Jacksonville.
Analysis: The wide receiver, who is coming off a second major knee surgery, has an ailing left calf. "It's just a small hiccup in the road," Cruz said. "I should be back, if not by this weekend, definitely next week for sure. I'll come out here and practice and feel good again. We'll see how it goes."