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While Tiki Barber might be sitting at home both impressed and unemployed, he has apparently started a new trend of being a professional hater. You would think that a guy who went begging for his old NFL job back would be a bit nicer, but Tiki’s attacks on his former team have become contagious.
Who would’ve thought Tiki Barber would someday be known as the Godfather of a movement gaining momentum.
Just like Barber, other former National Football League employees, now paid for their opinions by a TV network or radio station, are verbally pounding their former teams.
When Barber, then with NBC, dared criticize Tom Coughlin or Eli Manning, he was branded a heretic, the anti-Giant. While recent reactions to the words of Kris Jenkins, Damien Woody, Antonio Pierce, Michael Strahan, Ray Lucas, Joe Klecko, along with old-school mouth Joe Namath, are not quite as fierce, there is still a backlash.