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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.
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And my dog had seven puppies in November. What's your point?
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7th ward!
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Guice can wear #5 for The Mean Machine.
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Guice's jersey will be an orange jumpsuit.
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Can’t believe how many people didn’t get this reference, as can be seen by the comment below. Solid comment BBA.
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Reggie Bush must be fuming right now
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Why did Fournette wear 7 at LSU, instead of his old high school number, 5?
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If you don't know...
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Get it done
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Fournette = 1 SB ring. Henry = 0 SB ring.
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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.
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That should make a difference in his ability to gain yards...
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Gonna laugh when he puts up better numbers next year.
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I'm so giddy
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You have to love Leonard....he is a great ambassador for our Tigers
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For sure! Loved him tossing up the L during his Super Bowl TD
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April Fools
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