LB - FA
Week 13 Outlook
Denver Broncos LB Mark Barron recently suffered a pec injury while rehabbing from a hamstring issue that has kept him out all season to this point.
Barron just can't buy a break. He injured his hamstring in August after signing with the Broncos and has yet to see the field. He's currently still on short-term IR.
The Denver Broncos are placing LB Mark Barron on short-term IR with a hamstring injury.
Barron signed with the team in August and has yet to play a snap for the Broncos. When healthy, he is an athletic and versatile player, but Denver's D/ST won't have him back until at the earliest their Week 6 matchup against the Dolphins.
Broncos head coach Vic Fangio announced that linebacker Mark Barron has been ruled out for Monday night.
The Denver D/ST looked promising heading into the pre-season and was projected to be top-12. With Von Miller's season-ending injury and Bradley Chubb still not 100% after an ACL tear last season, expert's consensus rankings are moving them way down. If you drafted the Broncos D/ST earlier in the year, it may be a good idea to start looking at streaming options.
LB Mark Barron signed with the Broncos on Sunday.
Barron was released by the Steelers in March, and ended up signing with Denver on Sundayl. He will provide the Broncos inside linebacker depth behind starter Alexander Johnson. Barron racked up 82 tackles, 3.0 sacks and one interception across 15 games for the Steelers in 2019. The 30-year-old is someone to monitor in IDP leagues if star LB Todd Davis (calf) is unable to suit up Week 1.
Mark Barron recorded eight solo tackles, three assisted tackles, one TFL, and one pass defended in a dominating 27-3 victory over the Bengals.
Barron was one of several players who got in on the fun against Cincinnati, as the Steelers limited the Bengals to just 243 yards of total offense. Barron and the Steelers will look to bring the same defensive intensity against the Lamar Jackson and the high-flying Ravens next week.