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Former Giants' Star Amani Toomer Talks About The Big Blue Receiving Trio

01/30/2012 01:05 pm ET | Updated Jan 30, 2012

After a remarkably consistent 13-year NFL career -- 12 years of which he spent with the New York Giants -- Amani Toomer has stayed close to the game, working with ESPN Radio1050 in Manhattan and on the Giants postgame show for My9 News. He has also called games for the Big Ten Network and most recently for MSG Varsity, where he enjoyed "learning how to be in the booth and analyze the game live."

In 2001, Toomer caught 72 catches and became the first Giants wideout ever to have three consecutive 70-reception seasons. He is the team's all-time leading receiver and had six receptions for 84 yards in New York's shocking Super Bowl upset of New England in 2008.

The 37-year-old Michigan alum and Big Blue Ring of Honor inductee "has a feeling the Giants will win 33-27" in Super Bowl XLVI, and recently broke down the team's top three receivers for The Huffington Post.

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