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Manningham will sign on Sunday (no, not a contract)

Mario Manningham of the New York Giants signals

Mario Manningham of the New York Giants signals first down after catching a 38-yard pass from Eli Manning over Patrick Chung and Brian Witherspoon in the fourth quarter. (Feb. 5, 2012) Credit: Getty Images

Mario Manningham will be getting both feet down and inbounds on Long Island, no review from Bill Belichick necessary.

Manningham may or may not be signing with the Giants – he will be a free agent in a few days – but he’ll sign for you! The Giants wide receiver (for now) will be at Cardboard memories in Smithtown at 2 p.m. on Sunday for an autograph signing.

It’s not cheap, but it’s less than the Giants or any team that acquires Manningham will pay. For a photograph or a mini-helmet, the price is $79.99. For other equipment it’s $89.99. Inscriptions are another $20.

This could be the last time fans on Long Island will get a chance to see Manningham and either thank him for that great catch along the sideline that sparked the game-winning drive in Super Bowl XLVI or ask him why he didn’t catch the one earlier along the other sideline. There was a report on PFT today that he has not had productive discussion with the Giants and will enter free agency.

For more information or to pre-order for the event, go to cardboardmemories.com or call 631-462-1919.
 

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