Connor Barth has rooting interest in both teams playing in Super Bowl 55
Posted Feb 7, 2021
When it comes to watching Super Bowl 55, Connor Barth can’t lose. The former UNC standout's NFL career started in 2008 with Kansas City. “Kansas City obviously gave me my first start,” said Barth. “So, I am super happy about that.” His most productive years came during his five seasons in Tampa Bay. He still has friends that play for the Buccaneers.
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