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Draft Scout Mark Barron News
11/03/15 - LB Mark Barron had his second consecutive game playing every snap, with 67 against the 49ers. He was the team's leading tackler again with 11, 10 of which were solo. Barron also had five snaps on special teams
11/01/15 - LB Mark Barron led the team in tackles for the second consecutive week with nine, adding a pass defensed. Moved from strong safety after Alec Ogletree went down with an injury, Barron is light for a linebacker at 213 pounds but has the quickness to penetrate the backfield and make plays.
10/27/15 - S/LB Mark Barron will likely be a strong candidate for NFC Defensive Player of the Week. Tape review by the coaches credited him with 19 tackles (16 solo), two for loss, as well as two forced fumbles and one quarterback hit. Barron has been playing mostly as a linebacker since Alec Ogletree was injured in Week 4 against Arizona. His percentage of snaps for the first four games was 27, 33, 46 and 70 (the game Ogletree was injured) to 81 and 100 the last two. He played all 75 snaps against the Browns and even added five on special teams.
10/25/15 - SS Mark Barron, who got the call at outside linebacker with Alec Ogletree on the shelf, was a tackling machine Sunday. Barron finished with a game-high 16 stops and also contributed a pair of quarterback hurries.
10/05/15 - S Mark Barron could see more playing time with LB Alec Ogletree having suffered a fractured ankle. Barron has been playing a significant of time in sub-packages, and head coach Jeff Fisher said, "We'll continue to do those things. We may entertain the possibility of using Mark on some earlier downs."