Everyone seems to be talking about Odell Beckham Jr. these days, and if Beckham somehow fails to toe the line following his sit-down with Giants owner John Mara, Tiki and Ronde Barber will have to talk about it when they are in the FOX booth together for the first time alongside Kenny Albert as the...
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