New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning fired back at former teammate Tiki Barber, who said this should be head coach Tom Coughlin’s least season.
“That’s nice of him,” Manning said sarcastically via the New York Post. “It’s good to hear from ol’ Tiki.”
Manning doesn’t hold Barber in high regard.
The Daily News' Gary 'You Know' Myers thinks only print counts despite the fact that his Twitter account has a further reach. TBDintheAM's Tiki Barber? He doesn't care about what Myers writes enough to counterattack...and then does. For 7 minutes.Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return to the Top Sports Blog
There’s no love lost between longtime New York Daily News NFL scribe Gary Myers and former Giants running back turned media personality Tiki Barber. After trading shots through the media years ago, they met on Barber’s CBS Sports Radio morning show and things turned nasty quickly.
The animosity between Barber and Myers dates back to 2006. Back then, Myers was critical of...
Tiki Barber and Tom Coughlin were never best friends, and they never will be. The Giants head coach and his former running back did not get along during their three seasons together in New York. That icy relationship has continued since Barber retired in 2006. And it probably won’t help that Barber is now calling...Read More
Tiki Barber made a pretty bold statement in regards to Giants’ head coach Tom Coughlin.
In an interview with The Beast 980, Tiki Barber had plenty to say about the Giants head coach.
“The Giants players are not listening to Tom Coughlin anymore,” Barber told The Beast 980 in Los Angeles.
“As much as they want to pass the buck and ‘Oh, it was the offensive coordinator...
It has gotten bad in New York, because the G-Men cannot pull off a win. Well former running back Tiki Barber made sure he pointed his finger today, when asked about his former team. “The Giants players are not listening to Tom Coughlin anymore,” Barber said. “As much as they want to pass the buck […]
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One of the most notable sportswriters in America will soon be out of his national radio job. John Feinstein said this morning on DC sports radio that he was fired by CBS from his 9-12 AM ET hosting job on the national CBS Sports Radio platform.
John Feinstein tells the Junkies that he was fired by CBS Radio. "They didn't like the stories I told [on air]."
— John Ourand (@Ourand_SBJ...