The New York Giants' victory tour following their Super Bowl upset of New England Patriots hit Hollywood Sunday night. The dynamic receiving duo of Victor Cruz and Mario Manningham were onstage at the Grammys.
Cruz and Manningham presented the Grammy for Best Rock Performance to the Foo Fighters. The salsa-dancing Cruz was later asked whether it's harder to play pro football or stand on stage in front of the heavyweights of the music biz.
He didn't hesitate.
"Definitely that Grammy stage, man," Cruz told Access Hollywood. "You don't have a helmet on, you're not running around, it's just people staring at you wondering what you're gonna do next. So it was definitely a great experience and I'd definitely do it again."
Cruz also told the entertainment TV program that despite his huge popularity, he chose to turn down producers from "Dancing With The Stars" at least for now.
"I had to decline, just because I want to focus on football and focus on my craft a little bit," Cruz said. "So, maybe in the future."
Cruz, 25, set a Giants single-season franchise record with 1,536 receiving yards in 2011. He also scored nine regular-season touchdowns for the champs.
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