Numbers assigned to some new players

Mar 10, 2008 at 11:53 AM--


AB83Rules points out that the 49ers.com roster page shows the following numbers have been assigned to new 49ers.

1- Ricky Schmitt
10 - JT O'Sullivan
20 - Allen Rossum
29 - DeShaun Foster
48 - Cooper Wallace
60 - Walter Curry





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