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Ronde Barber #20 | CB

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Number : 20
Position : CB
Height : 5-10
Weight : 184
Date of Birth : 07/04/75
College : Virginia
Acquired : 1997 - Draft (Rd. 3)
Experience : 16


The longest tenured Buccaneer, Barber was a third-round pick in 1997. During his time with the Bucs, Barber has gone on to become a five-time Pro Bowler and Super Bowl Champion. He is the all-time leader in interceptions (37), and is the cornerback in NFL history with at least 25 sacks. For more information, please visit his bio on Buccaneers.com.

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