Drafted by the New York Giants in the 2nd round (34th overall) of the 1996 NFL Draft.
Amani won a Super Bowl championship as a member of the New York Giants (Super Bowl XLII). Amani led the Giants with six receptions and 84 yards.
Amani finished his career with 668 receptions for 9,497 yards and 54 touchdowns.
In 2010 the New York Giants created their Ring of Honor to honor former players, coaches and executives that have had a great impact on the organization. Amani was part of the inaugural induction class of 30.
Has donated his time and made personal appearances to support numerous fund raising efforts in the New York area including: the Kids for Kids Celebrity Carnival to benefit Pediatric AIDS foundation, and the annual “Meet the Giants” Event to benefit the Ronald McDonald House of New York City.
In 2010, Amani partnered with Timex for the 2010 ING New York City Marathon to support New York Road Runners youth programs, which serve more than 100,000 children in hundreds of schools and community centers, to promote children’s health and fitness, character development, and personal achievement in underserved communities. Amani helped raise over $20,000.
Selected as the New York Giants 2003 Man of the Year for his charitable endeavors.
Honored by the United Way of NYC for his community involvement during the 2002 NFL season.
Amani has participated in two (2) Fuel Up to Play 60 school appearances as well as a GenYOUth Foundation event that took place in Central Park