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Tiki Barber's Coming Back?

Tiki Barber has filed papers to end his four-year retirement and return to pro football.

Barber will turn 36 in April. He hasn”t played a down since the 2006 Pro Bowl.

Barber reportedly weighs 198, about 10 pounds off his playing weight, and plans on getting up to 210 by the end casino online of March.

NYDailyNews.com reported, “He has no injuries, his knees are great, his back is fine, no shoulder online casino canada irritations, his ankles are good. It”s like when I first met him again.” This according to his agent who encouraged his comeback.

His agent continued, “There is no doubt that someone will give Barber a tryout. The Giants, who own his rights, said Tuesday they will release him when his paperwork is official so he can be an unrestricted free agent (they can”t do that until the NFL and the players union sign a new collective bargaining agreement).”


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3 Responses to “Tiki Barber's Coming Back?”

  1. BeltwayBoy says:

    I wish him luck, but it’s not going to work out for him and hope I don’t hear the Redskins as being in the mix for his services. Think about it, if he could get the job done the Giants would welcome him back into the fold!

    • Steve says:

      That’s totally not true. The only reason the Giants don’t want him is because of all the sh** he talked about us during his broadcasting stint. Tiki sealed his own fate with the Giants. He’s probably still better than half the RBs in the leagues at this moment.

  2. skerneklian says:

    I agree with you 100% on both points. The first thing I thought about was Snyder licking his lips, but hopefully even he isn’t going to jump on this opportunity.

    I do wish him luck. It takes a lot of guts to do what he is doing. It sort of reminds me of professional wrestling a little…don’t ask me why…but this seems very media driven and almost like an attention grabber to get his name back in the news. You know, so he can pursue his real passion — broadcasting.

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