Bucs rookie S Mark Barron (foot) returned to practice Tuesday.
Buccaneers SS Mark Barron is sidelined with a foot injury.
Buccaneers signed rookie SS Mark Barron, the No. 7 overall pick, to a four-year contract, including an $8.961 million signing bonus.
No. 7 overall pick Mark Barron was a no-show as Bucs rookies reported to One Buc Place Wednesday.
The Tampa Bay Times confirms that No. 7 overall pick Mark Barron will play strong safety with the Buccaneers.
According to the Tampa Bay Times, Mark Barron was ranked higher on the Bucs draft board than CB Morris Claiborne.
Buccaneers selected Alabama S Mark Barron with the No. 7 overall pick in the 2012 NFL draft.
Alabama S Mark Barron says the Lions called to confirm his contact information on Thursday.
The Union-Tribune San Diego confirms the Chargers "continue to talk" to teams about trading up for Alabama S Mark Barron.
According to ESPN's John Clayton, the Lions are interested in trading up 10-12 spots, with Alabama S Mark Barron as the primary target.
Chris Brown of the team's official website believes the Bills view Alabama's Mark Barron as a "once-in-a-generation" safety.
ESPN's Ed Werder reports that the Cowboys do not anticipate Alabama S Mark Barron being available at the No. 14 pick.
CBS Sports' Rob Rang reports that the Bills' heavily-reported interest in Alabama S Mark Barron and Boston College ILB Luke Kuechly is "total BS."
ESPN's Adam Schefter is essentially guaranteeing that Alabama S Mark Barron will not make it to the Cowboys' pick at No. 14 overall.