Breaking the Numbers Game: NFL Stars Ready to Take the Field with New Jersey Number Rule

Breaking the Numbers Game: NFL Stars Ready to Take the Field with New Jersey Number Rule

The NFL is introducing a new rule that will allow players to wear the iconic No. 0 jersey for the first time. With this new rule, quarterbacks, defensive backs, fullbacks, tight ends, halfbacks, wide receivers, linebackers, and defensive linemen will now have the opportunity to choose from numbers 0-19, 0-49, 80-89, 50-79, and 90-99. This historic change follows the 2021 rule which allowed most non-linemen to wear numbers 1-49. This is sure to add an extra layer of excitement to the game!

College football players are now able to wear the unique No. 0 jersey in the 2020 season, and the excitement is palpable. From Jacksonville’s Calvin Ridley to New England’s Jack Jones, players across the league are thrilled to make the switch. Find out who else is celebrating the new rule change and why they’re so excited.

Tom Brady's Latest War With the NFL - Jersey Numbers
Tom Brady’s Latest War With the NFL – Jersey Numbers

Learn about Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Rashod Bateman’s decision to stick with his number 7 jersey, despite the influence of Dallas Cowboys star Micah Parsons to switch his number. Find out why Bateman chose to honor his college jersey and what this could mean for his future with the Ravens.

Jordan Bateman, an American football player, has chosen the number zero to represent his zero-tolerance policy towards racism in the US. In an interview with The Athletic, Bateman shared his experience of seeing the hurt among African-Americans around the country and his commitment to creating change in the world. He hopes to pass on his commitment to the university each year to whoever comes in and wears the number zero.

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