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A new proposal by the NFL could allow defensive backs, linebackers, running backs to wear single-digit numbers, which means we could see Leonard Fournette back in No. 7 when he suits up for the Buccaneers...



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CEH had more yards against Bama in one game than LF7 had in three.
Reply20 days
And my dog had seven puppies in November. What's your point?
18 days
7th ward!
Reply20 days
Guice can wear #5 for The Mean Machine.
Reply20 days
Guice's jersey will be an orange jumpsuit.
20 days
Can’t believe how many people didn’t get this reference, as can be seen by the comment below. Solid comment BBA.
19 days
Reggie Bush must be fuming right now
Reply20 days
Why did Fournette wear 7 at LSU, instead of his old high school number, 5?
Reply20 days
If you don't know...
20 days
20 days
Get it done
Reply20 days
Fournette = 1 SB ring. Henry = 0 SB ring.
Reply21 days
If this were tennis or bowling I would understand your argument. But seeing as how there's an entire team on the field it makes zero sense. Henry is twice the running back Fournette is. That's just a cold hard fact.
19 days
That should make a difference in his ability to gain yards...
Reply21 days
Gonna laugh when he puts up better numbers next year.
20 days
I'm so giddy
Reply21 days
You have to love Leonard....he is a great ambassador for our Tigers
Reply21 days
For sure! Loved him tossing up the L during his Super Bowl TD
20 days
April Fools
Reply21 days
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