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Tiki Barber Net Worth: How Rich is the Retired NFL Player?



Tiki Barber Net Worth

Tiki Barber is an American retired football running back. He is best known for playing in the NFL for the New York Giants for 10 seasons. Barber appeared in Season 12 of The Real Housewives of New Jersey along with his wife, Traci. As of 2022, Tiki Barber net worth is roughly around $16 million.

Full Name Atiim Kiambu “Tiki” Barber
Birthday April 7, 1975
Birthplace Roanoke, Virginia
Profession Former Football running back
Wife Traci Lynn Johnson
Net Worth $16 million

Early life & Amateur Career

Tiki Barber was born on April 7, 1975, in Roanoke. He was earlier named Atiim Kiambu by his parents, Geraldine and Daniel X. Brack. His birth name means fiery-tempered king as he was screaming shortly after he was born. Tiki has a twin brother, Ronde Barber, who was born seven minutes earlier than him. His brother played as a cornerback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Barber played as a running back at the University of Virginia. Later, he started playing in the National Football League. He was raised by his mom, Geraldine along with his two brothers. His father rarely visited and provided financial support for him and his siblings.

Tiki broke the University of Virginia’s long jump record and helped his University’s football program back on the map. In his junior season, he rushed for almost 1400 yards and led the Cavaliers to share the ACC title. In his senior year, he was named ACC Player of the Year after rushing for over 1300 yards. Barber became the NFL’s top yardage gainer in 2005 and was voted by his peers to 3 Pro Bowls.

Tiki Barber Net Worth & Professional Career


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Barber’s professional career began after he was selected in the 1997 NFL Draft by the New York Giants. He got the starting nod after Rodney Hampton retired after the 1997 season. At the start of his career, he began as a running back and rushed for 3 touchdowns and 511 yards. However, he missed 4 games due to a knee injury. Following the 2020 season, he was rewarded with a 6-year contract by the Giants. He eventually became an integral part of Giant’s offense over the next 4 years.

In the 2004 NFL Season, he reached the end zone for career-high 15 touchdowns. Then, he broke Rodney Hamptons Giants’ all-time rushing record in the 2004 season finale. In December 2005, he broke the Giants’ single-game rushing record while competing against the Kansas City Chiefs. He continued his good form in the 2006 season. In his 2006 campaign, he rushed for 1662 yards and 5 touchdowns.

Barber played his last official game at the 2007 Pro Bowl in February 2007 in Hawaii. At the end of the 2006 NFL season, he revealed his intention to retire from his professional career. However, he was highly criticized for taking the decision to retire at his prime time. In March 2011, he filed paperwork so that he could come out of his retirement. In 2010, a contradictory news story reported that he seek to return as he was not financially solvent.

Tiki was officially removed from the Giants’ retired list in July 2022. Then, he started working out with Miami Dolphins in August 2011. Barbara started his second career as a TV broadcaster following his retirement from NFL. In February 2007, he worked as a correspondent on NBC’s Today and as an analyst on Football Night in America/Sunday Night Football.

Personal Life

Tiki Barber was previously married to Virginia Cha Barber. He separated from his beloved first wife, Virginia after 11 years of marriage. Barber had two sons and twin daughters from his first wife. Then, he met Traci Lynn Johnson while she was working as an NBC intern.

Barber tied the knot with Johnson in a simple civil ceremony on July 20, 2012. They share two daughters together. Barber’s wife, Traci made her reality TV debut in Season 12 of The Real Housewives of New Jersey in February 2022.

Tiki Barber Net Worth

Tiki Barber’s personal wealth is estimated to be around $16 million as of 2022. He has earned estimated total career earnings of $25,383,250 from his professional NFL career. In addition to his NFL career, he has co-founded an online marketplace for athletes, which was named Thuzio. Along with that, he is the co-founder of a cannabis-focused investment firm, Grove Group Management.

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