(AUDIO) Mike Alstott Talks About Ronde Barber

Buccaneer legend Mike Alstott joined The Commish to gives us some great memories about Ronde Barber.  Mike spoke about the type of player that Ronde was, and how he made it to play 16 years in the NFL.  Mike is one of the people who believes that Ronder Barber does have a place in the Hall of Fame because of his excellence and longevity.

Mike being the hard-nosed player that he was, talked about the new rules about the crown of the helmet being used by running backs.  He talked about how he would have had to adjust his game to fit within the rules of the league as they are now.  He also made sure to point out that he has no regrets, and fully understood the price he would have to pay in order to make it and play in the NFL.

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