Found February 26, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
New York Giants wide receiver Mario Manninghim told the Youngstown Vindicator that he’s about “75 percent” sure that he won’t back with the Giants in 2012. Manningham indicated that leaving a team that just won a championship may not be that hard. “How many times have you seen a repeat?” said Manningham. Manningham would love to keep playing with the Giants, but he had to be prepared for anything. “I’m ready for whatever, man, I am ready for whatever,” Manningham said before the Harding-Cleveland Heights basketball game. “If it ain’t there, it’s somewhere else. “I want them to go back to the Super Bowl, that’s me being a team player,” said Manningham who then added that he wants to go back “with whatever team I am playing with.”
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