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Ex-Giants RB Tiki Barber Booed At Ring Of Honor Ceremony
The Giants unveiled their inaugural "Ring of Honor" during halftime of Sunday night's game against the Bears, and of the 30 names announced, only one received lusty boos from the New Meadowlands Stadium crowd -- former running back Tiki Barber, who has made critical comments about quarterback Eli Manning and coach Tom Coughlin since his retirement. Barber was a star running back for the Giants from 1997-2006, but has turned fans against him with his words and actions since he retired just before the team's most recent Super Bowl championship season. He received the boos as though he were expecting them, smiling and waving to the fans. When his former teammate, Amani Toomer, was introduced a moment later, cheers went up again and escalated until the final name, Super Bowl XXI MVP Phil Simms, was announced. The first edition of the Giants' Ring of Honor, which will be displayed around the front of the stadium's upper deck during Giants home games, includes franchise founder Tim Mara and fellow owners Wellington Mara, Jack Mara and Bob Tisch.