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Grant says he learned valuable lessons from Tiki Barber when they were Giants teammates
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A New York court clerk blasted her employees for unsportsmanlike conduct in the courtroom last week, after staffers fawned over former Giants running back Tiki Barber -- the defendant in a prolonged divorce proceeding.
"The conduct of our employees was inappropriate and unacceptable," fumed Chief Clerk Susanna Rojas in a Jan. 13 memo obtained by The New York Post.
Tiki Barber has officially given up his dream of coming back to the NFL. Before he embarked on this mission, he should've known it was going to come to this. He burned too many bridges as a player and analyst and expected the teams in the league to welcome him with open arms.
His time away from the game (5 years) and his age (36) worked against him. Also his comments regarding...
Tiki Barber tried to set up a meeting with Tom Coughlin in an attempt to repair their relationship, but the Giants coach opted not to meet with his former player.
Barber, the Giants’ all-time leading rusher, had been critical of Coughlin’s coaching style since he retired after the 2006...
Tiki Barber is hoping to bury the hatchet with Tom Coughlin, the Giants coach who Barber has often criticized since retiring after the 2006 season. Coughlin doesn't appear to be interested in a conversation.
Tiki Barber has tried to set up a face-to-face meeting with ex-coach Tom Coughlin in an attempt to bury the hatchet, but Coughlin won't accept one, Barber told ESPN NewYork.com's Ian O'Connor during an interview on 1050 ESPN New York.
I don’t see any reason to stray from a formula that has been working. Especially when it is extremely appropriate for this particular scenario. So while I don’t intend to be too agitated today, I will be utilizing yet another comparison to the 2007 championship season.
In 2006, Tiki Barber served as the face of an underwhelming Giants franchise. In the fall of 2005 (a season...