Barr recorded 11 tackles (seven solo) in Monday's 37-30 loss to the Seahawks.
Barr recorded his highest tackle count of the season, with his only other double-digit day coming in Week 6 against the Eagles. With 1.5 sacks, one interception and zero forced fumbles on the year, Barr's upside appears to be limited from an IDP perspective.
Barr made 10 tackles (eight solo) and recovered a fumble in the Vikings' 38-20 win over Philadelphia on Sunday.
Sunday's performance was one of Barr's best of 2019 and saw the linebacker notch double-digit tackles for the first time this season. Known to be a boom-or-bust fantasy option, the versatile linebacker has shown definite signs of life the past two games and will look to keep things rolling next week when the Vikings travel to Detroit for a division showdown against the Lions. For his career, Barr has collected 40 tackles, including 1.5 sacks, in eight games versus Minnesota's Michigan-based divisional rival.
Barr made three tackles (two solo) and an interception in Sunday's 28-10 win over the Giants.
This was Barr's first interception since 2015 -- his second season in the league. Barr still is considered a limited IDP contributor with an average of 4.3 tackles per game and modest pass-rushing upside.
Barr (groin) was a full participant in Thursday's practice.
Barr appears back to full health after sitting out Week 3 due to a groin injury. The veteran linebacker is set to play his usual starting role in Minnesota's defense during Sunday's divisional matchup against the Bears.
Barr (groin) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice.
Barr sat out Week 3's win over the Raiders due to his groin injury and he's now working to retake the field Sunday versus Chicago. The veteran linebacker said earlier this week that he'd only be facing a one-week absence. Barr's participation in practice Thursday and Friday will shed some light on his chances of making good on that promise.
Barr (groin) said he's confident he'll play in Week 4's game versus the Bears, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
Barr said he's not dealing with a serious groin injury, but the team didn't want a one-week injury to turn into a long-term problem. The sixth-year pro was solid through the first two weeks, recording six tackles (11 solo) and a sack. Barr may still be limited during the upcoming week of practice as he gets ready for a tough divisional test.
Barr (groin) won't play in Sunday's home clash against the Raiders.
Barr was managing the groin injury throughout the week, and was originally expected to play in Sunday's game. As evidenced by this news, the injury is likely more serious than the team let on originally, and with Barr sidelined, Eric Wilson is in line to see an increased snap count for Week 3.
Barr (groin) is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Raiders.
Barr is managing a groin injury but appears to be trending towards suiting up Week 3, according to Chris Tomasson of the Pioneer Press. If he's limited or out Sunday versus Oakland, however, Eric Wilson would see increased snaps.
Coach Mike Zimmer said Thursday that he expects Barr (groin) to be available versus the Raiders on Sunday, Chris Tomasson of the Pioneer Press reports.
Barr did not practice Thursday and was limited Wednesday, but he nonetheless appears on track for Sunday's contest. It appears as though the Vikings are simply taking a cautious approach to the starting linebacker's recovery, though it's possible that Barr could see a snap count Week 3 if he's unable to fully shake the injury.
Barr was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice due to a groin injury.
Barr appears to have picked up a groin injury during Sunday's loss to the Packers. It's encouraging that Barr was able to practice in some capacity Wednesday rather than being held out entirely. The extent of his participation Thursday and Friday should indicate whether he's trending toward suiting up Week 3 versus the Raiders.
Barr (knee) practiced in full Thursday.
Barr logged a limited practice session Wednesday due to a knee injury. He now looks back to full health and ready to go for Sunday's divisional tilt against the Packers. Barr projects as a solid option in IDP formats, especially if he's able to continue building momentum as a pass rusher after logging a sack Week 1.
Barr (knee) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice.
Barr appears to have picked up a knee injury during Minnesota's season-opening win over Atlanta, in which he notched six solo tackles and a sack. The veteran linebacker's participation in practice is worth keeping an eye on over the next two days, though there's not yet any reason to worry about his availability for Sunday's tilt against the Packers.
Barr made six solo tackles and a sack in Sunday's 28-12 win over the Falcons.
Barr was brought back to the team on a massive $13.5 million per year contract, and he came out looking to prove he deserved it with an eight-yard sack of Falcons QB Matt Ryan on the first play of the game. The veteran linebacker isn't expected to rack up sacks -- he had 13.5 through his first five seasons in the league -- but adding an increased presence in the pass rush will only increase his IDP value.
The Vikings and Barr agreed to terms of a five-year contract Tuesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Barr was among the Jets' free-agent splashes on the first day of the NFL's legal tampering period, but perhaps the Vikings got wind of the terms of his contract and decided something in that range could fit under the salary cap. Considering the reported terms -- $67.5 million, with $33 million in guarantees and the potential to max out at $77.5 million with incentives -- it's unclear how the Vikings plan to free up enough cash with just $9.3 million in available cap space, per overthecap.com. In any case, Barr will keep his role as an off-ball linebacker in the Vikings defense, which has equated to 4.7 tackles per game in five campaigns to date.
Barr, who was reportedly set to sign with the Jets, has instead agreed to remain with the Vikings, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.
This serves as a reminder that until free agency actually opens up Wednesday afternoon, nothing is official. Barr is thus slated to reprise his outside linebacker role with the Vikings. The 26-year-old logged 55 tackles and three sacks in 13 games last season, his fifth with Minnesota.
The Jets are in line to sign Barr to a contract, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
During his five-year run with the Vikings, Barr was an off-ball linebacker, posting modest tackle (4.7 per game) and scant sack (13.5 in 71 contests) numbers. In the move to New York, he seemingly will be put into a position to rush the passer more in the scheme of defensive coordinator Gregg Williams. Whether or not that translates to more relevance as an IDP remains to be seen, but Barr is among the first building blocks of a revamped linebacker corps.
Barr did not receive a franchise tag from the Vikings prior to Tuesday's 4 p.m. ET deadline, Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
Barr was mentioned as a candidate for the tag earlier this offseason, but there hasn't been any suggestion that it's something the Vikings seriously considered. Given the team's tight cap situation, Barr likely will find his best offers outside of Minnesota. He could draw interest as a 3-4 outside linebacker, which would allow for more pass-rushing opportunities.
Barr recorded a team-high seven tackles (five solo) and two sacks in Sunday's 41-17 win over the Dolphins.
Barr followed up with his first sack of the season in Week 14 with two more against the Dolphins, as the Vikings sacked Ryan Tannehill a whopping nine times. Barr will look to continue his sack streak against the Lions on Sunday.
Barr had seven tackles (five solo) and a sack in Monday's 21-7 loss against the Seahawks.
The seven tackles tied a season high for Barr as he is on pace for a career-low tackle mark. The 26-year-old has 43 tackles (31 solo) and a forced fumble in 10 games, making him unworthy of serious consideration as a consistent IDP option.
Barr (hamstring) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.
The full session clears the way for Barr to return from a three-game absence to suit up for a key showdown with the division rival Packers on Sunday. Barr played a season-high 86 snaps in the Vikings' Week 2 tie with Green Bay, tallying five tackles in that contest. The linebacker is still looking for his first sack of the season after failing to take down the quarterback through the first seven weeks.
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