A popular native son of Paterson was on hand at Eva's Village, the city's largest soup kitchen, to serve hot lunches to 400 hungry men and women on the Tuesday before Thanksgiving.
New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz and several of his teammates volunteered by serving hot meals, getting to know the patrons, and posing for pictures with fans. The Giants players also distributed photographs of the team and made themselves available to sign autographs.
Cruz, a native of Paterson's Fourth Ward, told a gaggle of reporters, "I thought it was only right to come back here," before getting to work serving meals. READ FULL
GEICO SportsNite covers Victor Cruz participating in the soup drive and he talks about his Giants coming off the bye week.