The New York Giants seemingly found a replacement for Super Bowl hero Mario Manningham, taking LSU’s Rueben Randle with the final pick of the second round of the NFL Draft.
Whatever happens next Thursday, the Giants’ brain trust will have about five hours to ponder their move. It needs to be a good one, even at No. 32.
Another Super Bowl champion won’t be returning to New York.
One week after officially signing former Giants wide receiver Mario Manningham, the 49ers have reportedly landed another Super Bowl champion.
Former Giants’ wide receiver Mario Manningham agreed to a two-year deal with the San Francisco 49ers on Saturday, adding to a talented receiving corps which could lure Peyton Manning.
Open for business, wild as it might get. The NFL’s calendar turns toward a new season Tuesday when free agency begins at 4 p.m.
Manning led the Giants to a Super Bowl title in 2011. It appears he’s doing his part off the field to help ensure a repeat run.
Contract terms were not immediately available, but Hixon gives the Giants another option if Super Bowl hero Mario Manningham is not re-signed.
Manningham sure looked good in blue when he made the Giants’ game-saving catch in Super Bowl XLVI. An encore seemed unlikely Monday. How quickly things change.
Manningham made his mark on Giants history with an incredible game-saving grab in Super Bowl XLVI. He may not stick around for an encore.
Boomer & Craig tried to figure out why Mario Manningham attached 75% to the chances that he will not return to the Giants next season. Then they dived into the Giants off-season and the decisions they will be forced to make and the Booms even made-up a word.
Craig declared the future of David Wright as the number one topic on Monday’s docket.
After a week of digesting the Super Bowl win and everything that has come with it and from it, Neil Keefe gives his final thoughts on the Giants’ improbable run.
He may have said no to “Dancing with the Stars,” but Giants star Victor Cruz couldn’t deny a show for the biggest names in music.
Sideline audio from the Super Bowl reveals that the Patriots wanted the Giants to throw toward Mario Manningham, who made a crucial over-the-shoulder catch during New York’s winning drive.