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Victor Cruz

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Victor Cruz is preparing to step off the football field and onto a wedding altar!

That's right, the New York Giants wide receiver is getting married and E! News just got some major scoop on his special (and super-sized) ceremony.

"Yes, it's going to be July of next year in New Jersey. It's really exciting," Cruz revealed to E! News exclusively while promoting Hugo Boss' latest campaign titled Success Beyond the Game. "We don't want it to be a sit-down snooze fest. We want people to party. This is a wedding. We don't get this back."

The NFL pro proposed to longtime girlfriend Elaina Watley last July after a baby dedication ceremony for their daughter, Kennedy.

"We are going to have a sit-down dinner area then will move to another area and there will be no chairs so you will have to get up and dance," Cruz added when describing his upcoming wedding. "Between 200-500 people [will be there]." 

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As an ambassador for the classic scents Hugo Man and Boss Bottled Night, Cruz knows the importance of looking (and smelling) good.

As a result, Cruz is already picturing his perfect outfit for the night. "I love all different brands and trying new brands out," he confessed. "I'm a sneaker fanatic [too] so I have to have a separate bag just with my sneakers."

One football stud who is still looking for the perfect lady to call his wife is Dallas Cowboys linebacker DeMarcus Ware. When supporting Hugo Boss, the 32-year-old proudly confessed to being "single and ready to mingle." And as it turns out, this athlete is ready to find someone serious.

DeMarcus Ware

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"I am a relationship kinda guy," he shared with E! News exclusively. "[I'm] taking things slow and figuring out things along the way."

One thing's for sure: You've got to have confidence to catch Ware's attention.

"Eyes, personality, smile and being fashion-forward and be yourself," he explained when asked what kind of woman he wants to meet. "Just carry yourself with confidence."

Super Bowl XLIX kicks off Sunday at 6:30 p.m. ET / 3:30 p.m. PT live on NBC.