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Tiki Barber: 'Would Take Le'Veon Bell To Start Football Team'

Quick, name the top running back in the NFL.

Let me guess: You said DeMarco Murray. Or maybe LeSean McCoy.

Those aren’t bad picks, but how about Le’Veon Bell? 475 more words


Tiki Barber: 'Packers Can't Win On The Road'

Entering this past weekend, the Green Bay Packers were considered by many the best team in the NFL. They were tied with Arizona for the best record in football, they had beaten New England and they had won nine of their previous 10 games. 461 more words


Kiley & Booms On Demand Rundown, 12/16

Happen to miss the show this morning? If you did, well, don’t let it happen again. Here’s a taste of what was discussed.

6:23-Kiley & Booms were talking about Andrew Hawkins shirt that he wore before last Sunday’s game and whether it was appropriate or not. 200 more words


Former NFL Running Back Tiki Barber Is "Not Surprised" By Johnny Manziel's Performance Last Sunday

Former New York Giant and current host of Tiki & Tierney on CBS Sports Radio Tiki Barber joined us to talk about his experience playing with a rookie QB and what Johnny Manziel needs to do for the rest of the year. 43 more words


Tiki Barber: "If Johnny Manziel's not on your team, I'm sure that you hate him."

Former NFL running back and host on CBS Sports Radio, Tiki Barber joined The Home Team to recap the NFL weekend, and said that Johnny Manziel is the type of player that teammates love to play with and opposing teams hate to play against. 49 more words


The John Feinstein Show Weekly Rewind 12/8-12/12

CLARK JUDGE – 12/8/14
NFL expert extraordinaire

“They could still be playing, and they wouldn’t have scored until next week. It’s sad to see what’s become of Washington because they’ve become a punchline. 648 more words


Tiki Barber: 'Problem Is Goodell Still Holds The Keys To Discipline'

On Wednesday, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell – along with the owners – unilaterally announced a new personal conduct policy for the players. The policy, in essence, takes initial disciplinary rulings in misconduct cases away from Goodell, but it still leaves him in charge of hearing and resolving appeals of those rulings. 476 more words