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Jersey Number changes

Reid needs a new number and boogie needs to give up 24
Off topic but has anyone ever read Garcia's story? Could be a movie.

"Garcia is the third of seven children born to Bob and Linda (née Elder) Garcia. His father is a former athletic director and football coach at Gavilan College in his hometown of Gilroy, California. A pair of twin girls died before Garcia's birth. His younger brother Jason drowned on a family camping trip in 1977 when Garcia was seven, and fourteen months later his younger sister Kimberly died after falling out of a truck. His two surviving sisters, Jene and Melissa, were born after the deaths of Jason and Kimberly. Garcia has said that much of his drive stems from trying to make his parents happy after the deaths of his siblings."

From what his parents and he went through to CFL to NFL to UFL back to NFL... marrying a playboy playmate...the dui with us... Guy has quite a story
[ Edited by Gore_21 on Sep 2, 2013 at 3:27 PM ]
Reid and Patton are the only ones that I really want to get permanent, instantly recognizable numbers that they can make their trademark...

Originally posted by hofer36:
Originally posted by DaDivaRecieva15:
McCoy is changing to #8

baalke renegotiated that with mccoy--he is now # 3 3/4

Now that is some funny s**t right there.
  • MarkD
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Originally posted by JerryRice1848:
McDermott will take #80
Ha not if he expects to live.
Originally posted by Dr_Bill_Walsh:
Reid and Patton are the only ones that I really want to get permanent, instantly recognizable numbers that they can make their trademark...

Ventrone is 41 for now so would have to buy it from him unless he gets cut. I like 41 better than 35 though. I don't know Patton kind of looks like a teens # wr.
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Originally posted by Dr_Bill_Walsh:
Reid and Patton are the only ones that I really want to get permanent, instantly recognizable numbers that they can make their trademark...


#37 for Reid........
when was the last time somebody on the niners wore that #??? Thats my choice
Originally posted by jimrat:
#37 for Reid........
when was the last time somebody on the niners wore that #??? Thats my choice

retired for Niners HOF CB Jimmy Johnson (no, not the former Cowboys HC)



I think Reid goes for 28. Dixon to 35. Baldwin sticks with 84. Harper to 86.
Originally posted by jimrat:
Originally posted by Dr_Bill_Walsh:
Reid and Patton are the only ones that I really want to get permanent, instantly recognizable numbers that they can make their trademark...


#37 for Reid........
when was the last time somebody on the niners wore that #??? Thats my choice
41 looks like a fullback even if its close to lott's 42. im all for patton gettin a number in the 80's tho, 11 is an ugly number and doesnt look like a receiver number at all. yes, f**k you and your 11 larry fitzgerald
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Originally posted by Dr_Bill_Walsh:
Originally posted by jimrat:
#37 for Reid........
when was the last time somebody on the niners wore that #??? Thats my choice

retired for Niners HOF CB Jimmy Johnson (no, not the former Cowboys HC)



That explains it lol
Originally posted by jimrat:
Originally posted by Dr_Bill_Walsh:
Reid and Patton are the only ones that I really want to get permanent, instantly recognizable numbers that they can make their trademark...


#37 for Reid........
when was the last time somebody on the niners wore that #??? Thats my choice

I agree 100%, Patton would look so good in #84.
Originally posted by hondakillerzx:
41 looks like a fullback even if its close to lott's 42. im all for patton gettin a number in the 80's tho, 11 is an ugly number and doesnt look like a receiver number at all. yes, f**k you and your 11 larry fitzgerald

we've never really had a FB wear 41 iirc...last player on offense i remember waering that was terry kirby in the 90s...before that DB toi cook wore it for a couple seasons...since then no-names have worn it & its still a relatively low-profile jersey # begging for a good player to claim it and give it some limelight
i dunno. bruce miller 49, beasley 40, moran norris 44. just fits right in with these dudes to me. safeties should wear single digits or 20s and 30s i think
Originally posted by Dr_Bill_Walsh:
Originally posted by hondakillerzx:
41 looks like a fullback even if its close to lott's 42. im all for patton gettin a number in the 80's tho, 11 is an ugly number and doesnt look like a receiver number at all. yes, f**k you and your 11 larry fitzgerald

we've never really had a FB wear 41 iirc...last player on offense i remember waering that was terry kirby in the 90s...before that DB toi cook wore it for a couple seasons...since then no-names have worn it & its still a relatively low-profile jersey # begging for a good player to claim it and give it some limelight


...and before that David Whitmore who was a part of the Joe Montana trade to KC.
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