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College Football Hall of Fame inductee Harris Barton was exceptional with San Francisco 49ers


started nine games his rookie season and was the runner-up in Rookie of the Year voting, which is exceptional considering awards rarely go to offensive linemen these days. Back then, too. From that point through his final NFL season in 1996, Barton would be a mainstay at right tackle and would win three Super Bowls with San Francisco. (Niner Noise)

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College Football Hall of Fame inductee Harris Barton was exceptional with San Francisco 49ers


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