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Former New York Giants running back and oft-maligned broadcaster Tiki Barber went ahead and gave America the formal go-ahead to just drop trou and let ‘er rip today, ending what was no doubt an uncomfortable “do we or don’t we poop on Tiki Barber” dilemma for the country.
We’d first like to note that Kevin Durant did it for free. That’s why everyone likes Kevin Durant. Tiki Barber, – yeah, that Tiki Barber – won’t do it for free. In fact, he thinks Tiki Barber’s flag football skills are worth Kevin Durant + $1,950.
Tiki Barber didn’t attract the interest of NFL teams this year quite the way he wanted. Neither, at a recent workout, did Terrell Owens. They both had great NFL careers, but at the moment, those career both appear to be over…apparently, not a moment too soon for Fox’s Jimmy Johnson.
According to Tiki Barber’s former-intern-turned-fiancée Traci Lynn Johnson, the former-Giant-turned-flabbergasted-free-agent likes to walk around the house naked when he’s drunk. And no, that’s not the worst thing about this story.
Tiki Barber stopped in for an afternoon chat on Mike Francesa’s number one rated New York sports talk show. That was his first mistake.
Barber talked about his failed broadcasting career, failed marriage, and intern girlfriend. It was a barrel of laughs.
In an upcoming interview with Armen Keteyian of HBO’s Real Sports, former Giants running back Tiki Barber points to depression as a motivating factor in his desire to return to the NFL.
It’s been easy to forget, amidst all the NFL’s problems this offseason, one of its stranger non-lockout stories – Tiki Barber’s attempted return to the game. Until now, anyway.
The question is – what team might take the bait and bring Tiki Barber aboard? Most bloggers say their teams should stay away…except for one.
Earlier this morning, ESPN’s Adam Schefter had some interesting things to say about Tiki Barber’s failed TV career, as well as former ESPN talking head Sean Salisbury.