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Old 02-12-2007, 05:01 PM   #1
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Early retiree at age 31.

Tiki Barber retires from football at the age of 31.

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/02/13/sp...nd-barber.html
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Re: Early retiree at age 31.
Old 02-12-2007, 05:44 PM   #2
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When will we see him posting?
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Re: Early retiree at age 31.

Should have stuck with it another year or two to guarantee a shot at the hall of fame. Just not enough duration of good productive years and still had it in him, IMO.

Heck of a guy though, I look forward to seeing him in broadcasting and I heard he has a shot at knocking Tony Kornheiser off of MNF, which would make me reallllly happy.
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Should have stuck with it another year or two to guarantee a shot at the hall of fame. Just not enough duration of good productive years and still had it in him, IMO...
True... but lemme see... he's a millionaire... still healthy playing a game that can literally beat the snot out of you.

Wise decision Tiki.
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Wise decision Tiki.
Kinda ironic that a guy named "Tiki" should now be on FIRE.

How did he get that name anyway?
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Kinda ironic that a guy named "Tiki" should now be on FIRE.

How did he get that name anyway?
Because "Ronde" was taken??
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Because "Ronde" was taken??
vs. a guy that will probably have to be dragged off of the field....


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