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#68 was Neblett's number...guess he's not coming back.

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#68 was Neblett's number...guess he's not coming back.

Good point and that is interesting because I always thought Neblett was more productive than Fua.

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Maybe once people are cut numbers will change, #68 is lame for Short.

#68 is lame for anybody.

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Except for offensive linemen, I suppose.

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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Klein's gonna be a beast. Only the realest rock #56.

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And I got my posting right taken away from 24 hours for something similar...

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Numbers will stay, jersey sale begins. And 59 seemed unsexy last year, now it somehow rocks ;).

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