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Happy Panther

Star Picks his new number

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

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Short should've been in the 90's. Star looks like a 79, 75, 72 type....like a real hoss. Wilfork and Krissy Jenkins come to mind. How much.less cool would Hardy be in the 90's

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I thought the NFL gave parameters and number ranges for certain positions.

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Wait, I get it, nothing left in the 90's because of all the retired jerseys

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AJ Klein got nasty 56, best number out of em all.

My high school number, of course...

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Not sure I understand the interest in one jersey number over another for anyone other than the league or the player...

There are only a few exceptions to this. One being the number of a former player will or should be retired i.e the Gano situation laster year.

Two, the jersey number of a really shitty player being replaced by an almost equally shitty player... i.e Jr/Hurney deal version of Delhomme handing his number 17 over to Legadodo...

Other than that what difference does it make so long as its a legal number for the position?

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/68_(number)

Of note: 68 is the atomic number of erbium, a lanthanide.

Erbium does not have a biological role, but erbium salts can stimulate metabolism. Humans consume 1 milligram of erbium a year on average. The highest concentration of erbium in humans is in the bones, but there is also erbium in the human kidneys and liver.

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http://en.wikipedia....iki/68_(number)

Of note: 68 is the atomic number of erbium, a lanthanide.

Erbium does not have a biological role, but erbium salts can stimulate metabolism. Humans consume 1 milligram of erbium a year on average. The highest concentration of erbium in humans is in the bones, but there is also erbium in the human kidneys and liver.

OH SNAP!!!

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I wore 62 in high-school, nothing wrong with 68.

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Poor KaWann Short gets stuck with 68. That's rough.

68 is cool. That's where she does you and you tell her you owe her 1.

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