Two years ago in a previousSR’s Fab 5 columnI said that legendary Buccaneers cornerback Ronde Barber deserved to be in the Bucs Ring of Honor and the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
After an illustrious 16-year career in which he rewrote Tampa Bay’s record book and helped take his team to the Super Bowl with the greatest signature play in Bucs history – a 92-yard interception return for a touchdown at Philadelphia in the 2002 NFC Championship Game – Barber is the latest player to be inducted into the Bucs Ring of Honor.
Up next is the Hall of Fame.
And yes, Barber had a Hall of Fame worthy career.
Perhaps even more so than former teammate and legendary safety John Lynch, who has been a finalist for the Hall of Fame over the last couple of years.
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