For over a decade, Ronde Barber owned the secondary at Raymond James Stadium. Now, he owns a lot more real estate in Tampa. The recently retired Buccaneer defensive back was given the key to the city by mayor Bob
Ronde Barber, who retired Thursday after 16 seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, talks about how today's NFL player has evolved - "They get here and they don't fear failure." He also discusses who he's passing the torch to
Insiders talk NBA and NHL playoffs as well as Ronde Barber Retirement.
Ronde Barber, the last bastion of defensive prowess from the golden era of Tampa Bay Buccaneers football, told Fox Sports’ NFL analyst Jay Glazer Wednesday that he is officially retiring. Barber was drafted in the third round of the
After 16 seasons, all spent with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Ronde Barber has decided to retire from professional football. Teammates, coaches, and front office members reflect on his storybook career.
After 16 seasons, Ronde Barber officially retired today as a member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Bucs Insider Jenna Laine recalls key moments from the ceremony at One Buc Place, which was attended by Barber's family, Buccaneers ownership,
How does Barber stack up against the other great cornerbacks of his generation?
After 16 spectacular seasons all spent playing for one team, Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback-turned-safety Ronde Barber is calling it a career. He’ll formally announce his retirement today in a 2:00 press conference at One Buc Place. Fox Sports’ Jay
Football is said to be a game of inches. A play here or a play there can make the difference. Cliches that you’ve probably heard that a time or two. Or twenty. On Sunday at Raymond James Stadium, that