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Happy Panther

Star Picks his new number

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Kind of hope he gets a number other than 96.

heh I saw your pic fail before you changed it :)

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jersey numbers dont make the player, the player makes the jersey number. That is all.

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How is 68 a bad number? I am failing to see what is so terrible about any number in general. It's just a number...

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I think they'll switch numbers after the cut.

I wanna see Star in 92 or 99, and Short in 93!!!!

Damn Dwan and Blackburn.

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Short would have looked good with a number in the 70s

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68 just screams "undrafted", "barely made the team" to me for some reason. I dont know

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25 is perfect for Barner. Would have rather seen Short rocking 70 and Kugbila wearing 68. 68 looks like an offensive linemen's number to me.

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