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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 to slam the door on Manningham, after a big stage performance in the Super Bowl, has his stock sizzling.
Early rumors have the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the running for his services; however, the Bengals and Bears also have expressed interest.
Former Giants quarterbacks coach Mike Sullivan moved on to Tampa Bay as the offensive coordinator and seems he wants to bring in Manningham to help transition the Bucs to a more explosive offensive team.
Manningham would join Mike Williams, a promising young wide receiver in Tampa and would give QB Josh Freeman a new target to throw to.
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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...
Over the week at the NFL Combine, reports surfaced that there is virtually no chance that free agent WR Mario Manningham will return to the club in 2012. Instead, it’s now believed that the receiver will be heading to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers once free agency starts in order to reunite with Mike Sullivan. The New York Giants are the reigning Super Bowl Champions but...
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.
According to Clark Judge of CBSSports.com, there’s virtually no chance that wide receiver Mario Manningham will be returning to the New York Giants next season.
Manningham is expected to follow former Giants quarterbacks coach Mike Sullivan to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers where Sullivan is now their new offensive coordinator. He would be a great fit with the Bucs because he already...
Both Giants coach Tom Coughlin and general manager Jerry Reese in the past few days have expressed doubt about the team's ability to retain receiver Mario Manningham, who on March 13 is set to become an unrestricted free agent.
Based on Manningham's own words, it seems as if he is already thinking about the Giants as his former team.
"I'm ready for whatever, man...
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...
Both coach Tom Coughlin and general manager Jerry Reese expressed doubt in the past few days about the Giants’ ability to retain receiver Mario Manningham, who is set to become an unrestricted free agent March 13. Based on Manningham’s own words, it seems as if he’s already thinking...
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…