It's been quite a week for Victor Cruz. Seven nights ago, the New York Giants upset the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis and it's been a a dance in the park for him ever since.
In the following days, Cruz finalized a new multi-million dollar contract, was in a Broadway ticker-tape parade and cut the ribbon at Lincoln Center to open Fashion Week.
Tonight, the Giants star receiver was rubbing elbows with the the music industry's top recording stars at the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. He even handed out the award for "Best Rock Performance" alongside his teammate Mario Manningham.
During the whirlwind of a week, the only constant for Cruz at all of the events was re-enacting his famous touchdown salsa dance.
Tonight, Cruz was asked to do the Latin dance once again.
Cruz and Manningham were joined on the Grammys stage with NCIS star Paula Perrette who introduced the two players to cheers and shouts of "Cruuuz" from the audience.
Perrette then told Cruz, "This is a music show. So you need to give us a little salsa."
Cruz obliged and managed a few steps before he was cut off by the Super Bowl hero Manningham.
"OK, OK," interrupted his fellow receiver. "Save it for the field."
The award went to the Foo Fighters for their rousing rock song "Walk."
It seemed fitting because both players walked the walk on their way to the Lombardi trophy.