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Mario Manningham slated to visit New York Giants

The New York Giants could be interested in a reunion with one of their Super Bowl heroes.

NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Sunday that wide receiver Mario Manningham is set to visit with the team Monday, according to a source informed of the player's schedule.

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Manningham's career has veered off course since leaving the Giants as a free agent following the 2011 season. The receiver signed with the San Francisco 49ers and ended each of the last two seasons on injured reserve with knee problems stemming from a torn ACL in 2012.

Manningham, 27, made one of the most important catches in Giants history, a 38-yard toe-tapping sideline grab that helped set up the go-ahead score in the team's Super Bowl XLVI win over the New England Patriots.

The Giants are in need of a wide receiver after Hakeem Nickssigned with the Indianapolis Colts on Friday. The question is whether Manningham is still the same guy the Giants remember.

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