Three 49ers post photos of their new numbers

Sep 7, 2015 at 6:02 PM--


Three San Francisco 49ers players shared photos of their jerseys today showing their new numbers for the season.

Mike Davis had previously been no. 20.

Told mama I was gone make it

A photo posted by Mike Davis (@mikedavisrb) on


Shayne Skov had previously been no. 48.

New year new number

A photo posted by Shayne (@shayneskov) on


Arik Armstead had previously been no. 69, listed on the roster as no. 94 (you knew that would not stick), and then...

Coming to a store near you

A photo posted by Arik Armstead (@sacnina9) on


Glenn Dorsey was previously no. 90, but changed his number this year to allow Darnell Dockett to wear that number. He will be wearing it again.

🙌🏿

A photo posted by Glenn Dorsey (@glenn_dorsey) on






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