Tiki Barber will be calling the Giants-Buccaneers game on Oct. 5, he’s just not sure if Eli Manning will be there. “If Ereck Flowers has a job on Wednesday morning, then Eli Manning might be in a body bag three weeks from now. I’m serious,” Barber said on CBS Radio’s “Tiki and Tierney” show. “The...
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