Amani Toomer just ripped a page right out of Tiki Barber’s playbook.
Current Major League Baseball commissioner Bud Selig joined Francesa, and then came what everybody was waiting for — the return of ex-radio host Don Imus!
The quarterback for Denver last season and now with the Jets won the honor presented by the PFWA for his qualities and professional style in helping pro football writers do their jobs.
The Jets maintained their pace in the AFC playoff race by defeating the Kansas City Chiefs 37-10 on Sunday.
Tiki Barber is facing his most intimidating opponent yet: His estranged wife, Ginny Cha. Barber wreaked havoc on his home life and short-lived career as a morning news anchor last year, when he cheated on his pregnant wife with a 23-year-old NBC intern.
Retired coaches Bill Cowher, Bill Parcells and Marty Schottenheimer are among the modern-era candidates for the 2012 class of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Say what you like about Mike Francesa, the man knows football. And he was right. My Pittsburgh Steelers – yes, I refer to them in the collective – are interested in Tiki Barber. Worse, it seems my coach Mike Tomlin talked Tiki out of retirement.
Consider Eli Manning on the record. When it comes to former Giants on the comeback trail, Manning would rather be reunited with Plaxico Burress than Tiki Barber.
Former Giants running back Tiki Barber and his agent Mark Lepselter joined Mike Francesa for a contentious interview on Wednesday.
In case you don’t get the obscure literary reference in the title, it’s a mutation of Rudyard Kipling’s classic Jungle Books story about a mongoose named “Rikki-Tikki-Tavi.” Enter Tiki Barber, who reminds you of Nag, the fictional cobra who approaches you as a pal only to strike when you least expect.
Tiki Barber says failures off the field after his retirement from football in 2006 led to a yearlong bout with depression.
Tiki Barber is at it again. In the same issue of Sports Illustrated that added fuel to Mets owner Fred Wilpon’s firestorm, the comeback-kid running back compares himself to one of the most renowned victims of the Holocaust.
L. Jon Wertheim is a senior writer for Sports Illustrated and he wrote the piece on Tiki Barber where the former Giants running back made a comparison of his life, post-football, to that of Anne Frank’s in Nazi Germany.
Barber said in an interview Thursday that he made “a lot of money” when he was playing and working in television. He insists he now needs a goal, “something to focus on and be excited about.”
Former Giants sack machine Michael Strahan joined WFAN’s Boomer & Carton on Wednesday morning to break down the NFL lockout, Tiki Barber’s comeback and… Regis Philbin?