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The Dallas Cowboys absolutely need to re-sign free agent receiver Laurent Robinson this off-season. That’s a fact, plain and simple. He was the team’s most reliable receiver in 2011 and the top red zone target for Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo. However, there’s not a good vibe around Valley Ranch regarding Robinson’s status in Dallas. If he walks, the Cowboys should target New York Giants receiver Mario Manningham as the new No. 3 option in Dallas.
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Having Hakeem Nicks and the emergence of Victor Cruz, Mario Manningham isn’t feeling the love in New York.
The Super Bowl hero, who made the play of the game with an unbelievable over the shoulder catch, gave his prediction on the Giants retaining him. Manningham gave 75% as a number that represented his odds of leaving the Giants.
While General Manager Jerry Reese refused...
New York Giants wide receiver had reportedly told an Ohio newspaper that he believes there’s a 75 percent chance that he won’t be back with the Giants in 2012.
During a radio interview with WFAN in New York on Tuesday, per the NY Daily News, Manningham said that the odds of him leaving are “50-50″ and that he never said 75 percent.
“I don’t think they’re ready to...
Wide receiver Mario Manningham denied Tuesday saying that there is a 75 percent chance he would leave the Giants in free agency.
"I didn't say that," Manningham said on WFAN Tuesday morning. "You know how rumors get spread, I didn't say anything like that."
The original quote was reported last week by Manningham's hometown paper, the Youngstown News...
Mario Manningham claims he never said there was a 75 percent chance that heâd wind up signing with a team other than the Giants, as was reported over the weekend, but the wide receiver who will be a free agent two weeks from today did put his odds at staying with the Giants at â50 percentâ in an interview on WFAN this morning.
Wide receiver Mario Manningham is not expected to re-sign with the Giants, and it is believed he will end up with the Buccaneers.
This should be regarded as a rumor for the time being, but going to Tampa Bay would make sense for Manningham, as Mike Williams is coming off a disappointing second campaign and Arrelious Benn is yet to establish himself as their No. 2 receiver...
The odds of Mario Manningham returning to the Giants just got a little better. The Super Bowl hero insisted that he never said he’s “75 percent” sure he won’t be back with the Giants next season. Instead, in an interview on WFAN on Tuesday morning, he put the odds at “50-50”. But the ...
I still believe that it is in the stars that the Raiders will make a contract offer at some point. They always give Super Bowl heroes ridiculous contracts. I know Al Davis is dead, but in his name, they will probably give New York Giants WR, Mario Manningham, as $60 million deal.
Until that time arrives, Manningham is probably considering on reuniting with former Giants QB and WR...
New York Giants receiver Mario Manningham told the Youngstown (Ohio) Vindicator Friday that he's "75 percent" certain that he won't be back with the team next season.
With Mario Manningham expected to leave the Giants in free agency, there will be opportunities for other receivers with the team next season. Domenik Hixon is hoping to take advantage of some of those opportunities. Hixon’s agent told Mike Garofalo of the Newark Star-Ledger that he is “hoping to finalize” a deal keeping Hixon with…
Plaxico Burress is an unrestricted free agent again, which has led to some speculation that the Giants might make a run at him – especially in the likely event that Mario Manningham goes elsewhere. I don’t see that happening, because I still don’t think the Giants really wanted him last ...
Mike Florio talks to Charean Williams of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram about Jerry Jones’ recent comments about Tony Romo trumping any of the current QB prospects and the future of Laurent Robinson with the Cowboys. Mike also answers viewer questions and breaks down the Bengals and Falcons offseason to do lists.