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Just want to say to Amani I really enjoyed watching you play for the Giants and we would not have made it to 2 Super Bowls, and won one, without you. Appreciate all you gave for the Giants, as a fan and resident of NY and NJ. You are part of the reason we can be proud to be Giants fans. D
Amani: I appreciate both your support, D, and your taking the time to e-mail me.
Finally, someone says what everyone (or most) thinks of Ray Lewis! He is the biggest phony in the world! Thanks for calling him out!!..
Keep up the Great Work!I always listen to you when you are on.(I'm a Eagles fan...so you know I must have a lot of respect for you) Thanks Again!! J.A.S.
Amani: Thanks for your support. I wanted to share some of my experiences over 13 years in the league and some of the BS I had to
A note to say I couldn't agree with you more about Ray Lewis. He is a self centered,self aggrandizing, self promoting hypocrite and all of his attention grabbing antics
Amani: Thank you. Whenever I see someone stepping out and giving themselves more credit than they deserve, I want to say something.
Amani, I have the amani toomer foundation banner that was hanging at the old giant stadium ( 7' x 8') section 227. It is hanging in my sports room taking up the whole wall. Thanks for the memories!! Regards R
Amani: Thanks for taking the time to e-mail. I appreciate it.
Hey Amani, I was DLS class of '94 and took a French class with you when you were a senior and I was a soph. I also went to just about all the football games and kept score at the hoops games when Ness was coach. Was awesome seeing you succeed as an athlete from the early days. Congrats on a great career in the NFL and best of luck in your business and charitable endeavors in retirement! E. R.
Amani: Thanks for the shout-out. I appreciate your support.
Amani: Thank you for your support, J. from Jersey.
You and mark bavaro were my favorites ever for ny God bless you and thank you for your memories Regards, B. W.
Amani: Thanks for writing, B. and especially thanks for putting me in such good company.
Happy New Year! Welcome 2012. The Fan Club will be out in full force tonight. AND we will be bring cookies :). Feeling very good about the game tonight and the possibilities the New Year Brings. Just let me know when you need a personal assistant. I will make myself available.Mr. Hanlon will be so very jealous. See you after the game.L. O'K.
Amani: I didn’t see this until after the game. The cookies were delicious and I love cookies. Thank you.
Amani, I saw your postgame analysis on channel 9 and thought it was spot on!!!They keep relying on Eli to pull them out in the last quarter! The
Hi Amani,I heard your interview on ESPN radio yesterday afternoon.
My daughter is not a football fan. She doesn't know the difference between a
I heard not a word about this during your interview or during any media coverage of this tragic story. They showed the knee jerk reaction of students when Paterno was fired. I'm sure you're aware of the special place JoePa holds in the heart of these students.
You want to take away football. Who does that punish? The students, alum as well as the athletes themselves. JoePa is gone. I'm sure his entire staff will also be let go as soon as this season ends, but they'll survive.
Football & all sports should not be as important in society as it is. College should be about learning & preparing
If the students of Penn State set their minds to it, they could raise millions to prevent child abuse. I hope that will be a direction they go in.
I am a huge Giant fan. You're probably the best receiver that they have had in my lifetime and I go back to Del Shofner & Homer Jones. I was truly disappointed in your comments & your solution yesterday. It's a negative
Amani: I don’t want to see Penn State; I don’t want to hear about them; I don’t know what they stand for anymore.
It was a pleasure joking with about the marathon. toughest thing i ever did. i have to be honest with you, i started in third wave at 10:40. You passed me fairly early and you looked great. when i read later you
Amani: Thanks for e-mailing me, A. It’s good to hear from you and I appreciate the kind words. My goal will be to break 4 hrs. in my next marathon.
Mr. Tumor, I think you were great as a receiver. I also think you are doing a great job with the sports on weir my 9. There is one thing. They are over doing the make up on the sports show. See if you can revise please. Keep up the good work. True Blue, B
Amani: Thanks for watching the show but the makeup artists are professionals. They know exactly what they’re doing so I don’t think I should tell them how to do their jobs.
Hi Amani, How are you? Hope your well! I have a question. I was
wondering how I could introduce Jow to some players. I know its the
perfect product for athletes! Is there someone I should contact within
the Giants organization, someone specific? What could I do to bring it
to their attention? thanks, I appreciate it, I'm still making great progress. Its now for sale in NYC! I've also made it into a Gel. yeay! I hope your having a great summer so far. speak soon L.
Amani: L. The best thing to do would be to contact the Giants, specifically Ronnie Barnes, and talk with him about it. Good luck.
Hello Amani! This is W. R. You may or may not remember me, but I worked as a ball boy up at Summer Training Camp in Albany, NY when you played for the Giants. My father was also on the coaching staff; J. R. It is great to be in contact with you once again.
How are you? How is everything? I was also wondering if possibly you could help me out. I have just graduated from college and I am currently looking into employment opportunities in the sports industry field. I have experience working in the media aspect so I was wondering if you would possibly have any networking connections for future use.
Thank you so much Amani. I know that you are an extremely busy individual, so please get back to me at your convenience only. I'm also back in the New York area and I would be open to meet up one day
Amani: Yes, you could contact my agent, Reed Bergman, because I think he could help you.
Amani, thanks for coming to Iona breakfast today. My kids and I enjoyed hearing you speak, and appreciate the time that you took to speak to us as a group and to me individually as a fellow alumni. Also congrats on the newborn twins. Hope that you get some sleepers. Mine never did, and stilldon't so have my fingers crossed for you. Thanks again and best wishes. PS: Go blue! M.L.F.
Amani: I am finally beginning to get some sleep now but they still wake up very early in the morning. Thanks for asking. Hope you get to sleep through a night soon too.
Amani We met at the Sirius xm NFL radio network area. I gave you the max one nutritional black box capsules. Wanted to follow up with you . Working with many former athletes and coaches . Working great for me . Helping fund my foundation . Giving me a call when available , Thks R. G. III
Amani: I’m sorry but I don’t remember receiving your product.
Hello Amani, My brother I. and I met you last February 2010 @ the Dash Gallery in Tribeca before the grand opening. We spoke for awhile about art and you really enjoyed the piece that is attached. Not sure if you made it to the grand opening or not, but it was extremely successful. You mentioned that you would like to come back and spend some more time discussing the pieces with my brother. Since then my brother has gone on to do some more amazing work and he has several shows lined up. The painting that you were interested in is still available. Would also be great to do some commission work for you. Do you have a better email or phone number Thanks. G.
Amani: Thanks for contacting me but I’m afraid I’m not in the market for any art work right now.
Hey, Amani It’s your cousin Brenton "Hammer" Green, Uncle Bill's son. The
Amani: Hey, what’s up with you? It’s good to hear from you and we’re doing fine here.
First Off I would like to thank you Amani for all the Great memories , and moments you had in your career . You are my favorite Giant of all time , I still rock #81 on Game Days . When you guys won the Super Bowl I was on cloud 9 , and so happy for you and Strahan , both of you guys always gave 110% every time you stepped on the field. My question for you however is if you have ever given any thought into becoming a receivers coach for the Giants or possibly another team . A receiver as talented and smart as yourself would probably have a lot to offer younger guys in this league ? Thank You, D.P.
Just wanted to say on this super bowl sun you are missed and still thought of as a GREAT PLAYER. Thanks for the memories. B.R.
Amani: Thank you for your continued support and for taking the time to e-mail me.
Toomer, I'm a maize & blue man like you. I saw you at the big house and on most other games away from Ann Arbor, and of course with the Giants. I heard you on ESPN radio today regarding what Michigan is and how it needs
Amani: I’m sorry but I don’t think there was anything I could have said to influence Harbaugh. I think the “handwriting was on the wall.” The 49ers were willing to pay; he already has a home in the Bay Area and he wouldn’t have to disrupt his family.
Hi Amani, I am a big fan of yours and have been for years so I thought I would pass my blog on to you that I posted on the Giants web site, hope thats ok with you. We miss having you on our team, you were truly a play maker and a stalwart to lean on! K.
Dear Mr. Toomer: I want to start off this email by saying you are one of my favorite New York Giants of all time. I am writing you this email to suggest that you put on the pads for one more year and help out the Giants' depleted receiving core. You just ran the marathon, we both know you can do it. Please, we need your help. Sincerely, V. S.
Amani: Oddly enough we just discussed that in the current interview that was posted today. I said that I don’t think the Giants want me back and I have moved on also. But I also said that, even though I wouldn’t really want to play again, I would do it for the Giants if they asked me.
Amani, Even though you are in marathon shape rather than football shape, I know you could help out Big Blue. Any chance of a half season comeback?
Even if not, thanks for all those great seasons--in my 40 years of watching Giants football, you are my favorite receiver (though to be honest, until recently there wasn't much to choose from!). I can still see you catching the gamewinner in my corner of the end zone to ruin the Broncos perfect record. And the 2002 offense was the best Giants offense ever--if only we had a long snapper that year! A great, classy career. Best, A.
Amani: Thank you. I really do appreciate the support but I’ve moved on as have the Giants. I’m already working two jobs
WE need you Amani! You and Eli have the chemistry and you know you can still ball :) P. M. W.
Amani: Thanks for the vote of confidence, P. but it isn’t in the cards. The Giants have resigned Derek Hagen and he’s a good player.
hi amani, congrats on your marathon! i dont know how you ran for 4 hours... :) hope your well l.
Amani: Thanks. L., I actually enjoyed it except maybe the last three miles, when my legs struggled.
Amani, It's AP. Saw you on face book wanted to add you as a friend.Just signed up..lol..I am late with this computer stuff. You still living in NY? I am living in Fiji..starting a charter business. Hope all is well,AP
Amani: WOW! Fiji! Yeah, I’m still in NY and definitely add me on face book. I’d love to catch up the next time you come to New York
Amani, I was out of town yesterday and therefore unable to cheer for you along 4th Avenue in Brooklyn, but as a lifelong Giants fan, and a big fan of yours, I'm so proud of what you accomplished. I wish I could afford a fraction of the $20,000 that you raised for the NYRR Youth Foundation, but I'll certainly be contributing what I can to them this year in your honor. Way to go! E. S.
Thanks for the kind words, E. And it isn’t the amount of money that you contribute that matters, it’s that you go to the trouble to contribute at all. Thanks.
Hi Amani, this is L. S. R. I don't know if you remember me. We trained together in Nyack. I used to teach the 12-1 class. I read on your website that you now have twins!! Congratulations. My son R. is now 6! I was wondering if you remember my liniment? It used to be Winner's Edge Dit Da Jow. I simply call it Jow now. I still make it! Now that I have a 6 year old to help feed and educate I've been focused on getting it out there. I was wondering if you had any advice for me? Or an opinion about Jow? Anything at all that can possibly help me expand?
Amani: Sure, I remember you and your liniment. I think you need to mainstream your product more because I think most people will just look at it and write it off. The name should explain what it does, otherwise they’ll go buy Ben Gay, a product they already know.