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    The rookies have been given their jersey numbers

    http://www.newyorkjets.com/team/roster/

    #24 Darrelle Revis

    #52 David Harris

    #72 Jacob Bender

    #83 Chansi Stuckey

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    Lets hope Revis can be like our old #24 (Law...at least back in the day) and Stuckey our old #83 (Santana).

    Hey, I can dream can't I....?

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    24? Champ Bailey? Anyone....

    One can dream

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    You know when they are going to have their Jersey's available?

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    Mangini doesn't waste any time making the rookies feel welcome. Good job.

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    I would have liked to see Stuckey with #2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean Ryan
    I would have liked to see Stuckey with #2
    Thats not a WR number.

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    Im getting Stuckey's, my buddy is going to love it!!! Huge Clemson fan!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BleedinGreenNC
    Im getting Stuckey's, my buddy is going to love it!!! Huge Clemson fan!!
    better wait and see if he makes the team. we still have McCareins and Brad Smith. He's not beating either of them for a spot

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    Quote Originally Posted by John_0515
    better wait and see if he makes the team. we still have McCareins and Brad Smith. He's not beating either of them for a spot
    agree. He'll have to beat Dwight or we'll keep 6. Given the fact that Smoith is a jack of all trades, we may keep 6.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John_0515
    better wait and see if he makes the team. we still have McCareins and Brad Smith. He's not beating either of them for a spot

    I have McCareins already, maybe i will get a Jones jersey!

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    It looks like Reevis is a big Champ Bailey fan

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    Everyone talking about Champ Bailey, but whatabout Ty Law, the kids mentor.

    He wore 24 and seems closer to Revis skill-set.

    Either way, good #'s for Revis and Harris.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WoodyPaige
    Thats not a WR number.
    Neither is 16 (Brad Smith)

    Eventually the league should allow skill players (Reggie Bush #5) to wear single digit #s if they are available.

    Besides who on the Jets has #2?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean Ryan
    Neither is 16 (Brad Smith)

    Eventually the league should allow skill players (Reggie Bush #5) to wear single digit #s if they are available.

    Besides who on the Jets has #2?
    I think the teens along with the 80s are now WR numbers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean Ryan
    Neither is 16 (Brad Smith)

    Eventually the league should allow skill players (Reggie Bush #5) to wear single digit #s if they are available.

    Besides who on the Jets has #2?
    Yes it is.

    WR numbers are 80-89 OR 10-19

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bay Ridge Jet
    I think the teens along with the 80s are now WR numbers
    Yeah...

    Roy Williams #11
    Braylon Edwards #17
    Randy Moss #18
    Brad Smith #16
    Larry Fitzgerald #11
    Michael Jenkins #12
    Plaxico Burress #17

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    Quote Originally Posted by JETS_for_life
    Yes it is.

    WR numbers are 80-89 OR 10-19
    My point was the league should let receivers and running backs wear single digit #s.
    There is a lot of single digits not being used on teams.

    The Jets only use..

    #8 (Tuiasosopo)
    #1 (Nugent)
    #7 (Graham)

    (Clemens switched from #6 to #11)

    #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #9 are good #s
    Last edited by Tyler Durden; 04-30-2007 at 01:42 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arsenal1189
    24? Champ Bailey? Anyone....

    One can dream
    I'd rather dream about Charles Woodson.

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    Not sure I'm too keen on Stuckey being #83, given that he has an injury history. Wasn't Santana "Hamstring" Moss the same number?

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