Tiki Barber has the bona fides of a broadcast star and football legend. Yet he managed to become neither, thanks to his colossal arrogance, foolishness, and infidelity.
The warning for months from union officials to NFL players has been simple: Save your paychecks because the future is uncertain. Another warning should come with it, and be passed along to Tiki Barber: Remember that nothing lasts forever.
It’s obvious the Giants aren’t interested in hosting Tiki Barber’s comeback attempt. But there might be a taker out there, and according to the New York Post, “there could be something down the line with Barber and the Steelers.”
Does Tiki Barber still have what it takes to absorb the NFL’s weekly grind? “He keeps coming every day, we’re going to get it done,” Barber’s trainer, Joe Carini, told the NY Post.
From 1997-2006, Tiki Barber was the face of the Giants. His powerful legs and cutback ability made him the catalyst of the offense. A broad smile made him one of the poster boys of New York metropolitan area sports. Then it all changed.
Tiki Barber has alerted the NFL that he plans to come out of retirement and play in the 2011 season, sources close to the former Giants running back said Tuesday.
When judging the caliber of a fantasy football player, qualities which lead to NFL team success, such as attitude, leadership, and teamwork, are undeniably and utterly useless.
Has the behavior of professional athletes always been at this magnitude in sports and our society, but just not brought out to the open, or are our values just deteriorating?
What a Sunday it was for New York football fans, as the Jets and Giants both won in beat-down fashion.
With the Yankees pulling even with the Rays last night, the guys once again opened up a Football Friday Edition of the Boomer & Carton morning extravaganza talking about the Bombers…
Defensive end Mathias Kiwanuka joined Boomer & Carton Friday morning to preview Sunday’s match up against the undefeated Chicago Bears.
Do the Yankees actually have a chance to win the AL East despite trying their hardest not to?
Coach Tom Coughlin was one of Tiki Barber’s favorite topics — or is it targets — in his playing days and nothing has changed in retirement.
Boomer was a little under the weather this morning as he was nursing a bit of a cold. But not to worry he fought through the sniffles and he and Craig did that thing they do.
The Yankees followed up Tuesday night’s playoff-clinching win with a stinker against the Toronto Blue Jays.