Bucs’ Mark Barron is mad at fans for Lavonte David Pro Bowl snub

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The 2014 Pro Bowl rosters were announced and one of the notable snubs was Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker Lavonte David. He was fifth in the league with 137 tackles, and tied for fourth in the league with five interceptions. David also had six sacks on the season.

David vented on social media a bit and tweeted out “SNUBBED.” Bucs safety Mark Barron was equally upset:

Some fans took exception, to which Barron responded:

 

It was also pointed out that fan voting only accounted for a third of the equation.

Barron backtracked and tried to explain that he was only addressing some fans, not all fans. He also wanted to clarify that he did indeed know how the voting system worked.

Topics: Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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