Amani Toomer takes a shot at Michael Starhan after the former Giant announced a new gig.
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Amani Toomer and Adam Vinatieri, who know what it’s like to have the Vince Lombardi Trophy in their hands, made the rounds Wednesday on Radio Row, sharing their thoughts on the week of preparation from a player’s perspective.
It’s hard enough to finish the New York City Marathon. Try starting from dead last. That’s exactly what Amani Toomer, recently retired receiver for the New York Giants, did this weekend.
Amani Toomer‘s stay with the Chiefs didn’t last long. The team announced today that it has released Toomer, who came to Kansas City on Aug. 4 after signing a one-year free-agent contract.
Veteran WR Amani Toomer has not been used much lately since signing with Kansas City, and a source close to the player believes there is a strong probability he could among the Chiefs’ cuts today.
Veteran WR Amani Toomer joined his Chiefs teammates for practice on Tuesday afternoon, shortly after signing a deal with the team.
Michael Fabiano discusses the potential fantasy implications of Amani Toomer’s signing with the Kansas City Chiefs.
Posted: Monday, August 3rd, 2009 | Pat Kirwan Tags: Amani Toomer, Anquan Boldin, David Tyree, Domenik Hixon, Eli Manning, Hakeem Nicks, Jerry Reese, Mario Manningham, New York Giants, Plaxico Burress, Ramses Barden, Tom Coughlin
One question for the New York Giants is how they’re going to replace departed veteran receivers Plaxico Burress and Amani Toomer. The answer, as I see it, starts with rookie first-round pick Hakeem Nicks.
If he holds to the decision that was reported Monday, Derrick Mason’s retirement comes at a very bad time for the Ravens. In many ways, Mason holds all the cards, and the Ravens now have a much different set of issues to address.
Posted: Thursday, July 2nd, 2009 | Jason La Canfora Tags: Amani Toomer, Derrick Brooks, Dewayne Robertson, Edgerrin James, free agents, Mark Tauscher, Marvin Harrison, Pete Kendall, Shaun Alexander, Willie McGinest
A lot of big-name free agents are still out there, and some will find work at some point this summer.
At last count, the Giants have 11 receivers not named Plaxico Burress or Amani Toomer on their roster. No true No. 1, with Steve Smith likely holding top billing. Lots of youth. Lots of unknowns.
When Chase Strynkowski learned last week that he was a winner in the NFL’s “Take a Player to School” program, the sixth-grade Giants fan from Hillsdale, N.J., told his mom, “I really want the player who comes to visit to be Amani Toomer.”