During the course of his career, Ronde Barber went from a player that wasn't sure if he was going to stay in the league to a player that didn't look like he'd ever stop playing at a high level in it.
Finally, he decided that it was time to hang up the cleats, with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers having signed new free agents and his age slowly escalating (he turned 38 last month).
But Barber has certainly made his mark on the team and community throughout his 16 years in Tampa Bay, which saw him go from nearly being cut in his rookie year to the Hall of Fame-worthy player he eventually became.
So where does he rank among all the defensive players in Buccaneer history? There have certainly been quite a few that have shone in their days in Tampa.
Here's a look at where Barber and some of his Super Bowl XXXVII teammates landed in the top 10.