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    Victor Cruz visits home of CT shooting victim

    New York Giants receiver Victor Cruz has visited the home of the 6-year-old Connecticut shooting victim who was buried in a replica Cruz jersey. Jack Pinto was among 20 children shot to death Friday in Newtown. Several elementary school-age children played touch football in the front yard of his family's home Tuesday. Many wore Giants jerseys or Newtown football or wrestling shirts as they laughed, smiled and hugged.

    The children and their families left after several hours. Kids carried autographed Giants footballs and jerseys.
    About 45 minutes later, Cruz left the home in an SUV and an escort of five police cruisers, sirens blaring. He later tweeted that he has ''much love to the entire Pinto family. Great people with huge hearts.''
    Several people leaving the home confirmed Cruz was there.
    I really didn't know where to put this. Wished we had one forum for just good news.
    Kudos to Cruz for paying his respect to the families. That had to be a hard one to walk into.

    Just knowing the little guy got buried in your jersey is almost too much for me.


    Cruz visits home of Newtown victim - NFL News - FOX Sports on MSN Canada

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    Re: Victor Cruz visits home of CT shooting victim

    Quote Originally Posted by Crosscheck View Post
    I really didn't know where to put this. Wished we had one forum for just good news.
    Kudos to Cruz for paying his respect to the families. That had to be a hard one to walk into.

    Just knowing the little guy got buried in your jersey is almost too much for me.


    Cruz visits home of Newtown victim - NFL News - FOX Sports on MSN Canada
    Hey, that's a great idea man. A "good news" section of the forum. I don't want to steal your thunder dude. Why don't you propose it?
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    Re: Victor Cruz visits home of CT shooting victim

    Quote Originally Posted by MarineTpartier View Post
    Hey, that's a great idea man. A "good news" section of the forum. I don't want to steal your thunder dude. Why don't you propose it?
    As for a "good news" section perhaps any of the mods would consider that.

    Here is a video interview with Cruz after the Giants game in which he talks about meeting some of the families. Very moving. What an impressive young man.

    I just feel better knowing people such as him are giving comfort to the survivors.

    Victor Cruz visits family of Connecticut shooting victim - NFL.com

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    Re: Victor Cruz visits home of CT shooting victim

    Quote Originally Posted by Crosscheck View Post
    Here is a video interview with Cruz after the Giants game in which he talks about meeting some of the families. Very moving. What an impressive young man.

    I As for a "good news" section perhaps any of the mods would consider that.

    ust feel better knowing people such as him are giving comfort to the survivors.
    A good news sub-forum would be refreshing break from some of the others.
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