Football player Victor Cruz, the wide receiver who helped who the New York Giants win the Super Bowl this year, is reportedly shopping a book.
Cruz is represented by IMG Worldwide. The New York Post has more: “Scott Waxman at the Waxman Literary Agency is handling the book proposal in conjunction with IMG. ‘He’s meeting with publishers next week,’ said an IMG insider. Waxman did not return calls.”
Cruz was one of the star players of the season who helped the team get to and win the championship.
ESPN explained Cruz’s crucial role in the Giants’ season: “Cruz, 25, may have saved the Giants season with a 99-yard touchdown against the Jets that helped start the six-game winning streak that ended with the Super Bowl victory. He also had a 74-yard touchdown in the final game of the regular season to help the Giants clinch the NFC East and a berth into the playoffs.”