Mario Manningham has “come and gone”

Mar 15, 2012 at 3:50 PM--


Adam Schefter replied by saying that Giants free-agent wide receiver Mario Manningham has "come and gone" when asked about his visit with the San Francisco 49ers today.

"No deal with SF today" says Schefter.

Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee notes the following on Twitter (@mattbarrows):

Manningham's departure not an indication that the #49ers missed out, rather that they are taking their time just as they did last year.

Manningham will visit with the St. Louis Rams tonight.



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