49ers Rookie Jersey Numbers

Apr 29, 2007 at 12:39 PM--


So far, these are the number assignments for most of the rookies.

Patrick Willis will wear #52
Ray McDonald will wear #91
Dashon Goldson will wear #38
Tarell Brown will wear #25
Joe Staley will wear #74
Joe Cohen will wear #76

Jason Hill, Jay Moore and Thomas Clayton have not chosen a number yet. Players are allowed to change their numbers prior to the start of the season if another number they want becomes available.





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