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How Do NFL Players Get Their Jersey Numbers?

All players must wear numerals on their jerseys in accordance with Rule 5, Section 3, Article 3c (see NOTE 1), and such numerals must be by playing position as follows: quarterbacks, punters, and placekickers, 1-19 (and 10-19 for wide receivers if 80-89 are all otherwise assigned); running backs and defensive backs, 20-49; centers, 50-59 (60-79 if 50-59 unavailable); offensive guards and tackles, 60-79; wide receivers and tight ends, 80-89; defensive lineman, 60-79 (90-99 if 60-79 unavailable); and linebackers 50-59 (90-99 if 50-59 unavailable).

If a player changes his position during his playing career in the NFL and such change moves him out of a category specified above, he must be issued an appropriate new jersey number.

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Special Teams Ace Maragos Opposes NFL Kickoff Rules Changes (archival article)

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Chris Maragos has become a lobbyist, or so people might assume, considering all the effort the Philadelphia Special Teams Ace is injecting into his fight against the League’s plans to change the kickoff rules once more. At this point, the NFL spread doesn’t seem so important, what with all the hullaballoo surrounding NFL coaches and their stand against league executives.

If you talk to NFL executives, they will tell you that they are simply trying to make NFL games safer, this after analyzing statistics and determining that a lot of the high-speed collisions that cause injuries manifest during the kickoff.

Maragos claims that the kickoff is hardly as chaotic as some people think and, surrounded by so many talented players, he has never felt that his safety was compromised at any time. If anything, Maragos thinks that people like competition committee member Stephen Jones of the Dallas Cowboys are the true threat; having already moved the kickoff from the 30-yard line to the 35-yard line a few years back, Maragos has more than had enough of the NFL’s meddling.

It has been the NFL’s goal for a while now to reduce the number of returns, which is one of the reasons why the ball will be put on the 25 rather than the 20 (though only for a trial period of one year). The NFL isn’t completely deaf to the calls of coaches. During the offseason, senior vice president of officiating Dean Blandino met and spoke to special teams coaches.

Whether or not the meeting (conference call) achieved its objectives, it should be noted that Blandino downplayed any rumors about the Kickoff being eliminated, admitting that it was still one of the most exciting plays of the game. Yet, the NFL’s determination to make changes cannot be ignored. Clearly, the league thinks that the kickoff is a threat. All the attention surrounding the issue of concussions in the NFL is driving executives to take action to rebrand the game of football.

For Jones, coaches and executives should stand ready to take every step possible to ensure the safety of players. At the end of the day, no matter the conversation, the safety of players should be prioritized, even if that means that players might get fewer opportunities (especially those not good enough to shine on offense or defense).  Maragos would probably disagree here, especially considering his opinions about the vital importance of kickoffs and punts as effective gateways to stardom. In support of his point, Maragos has been known to point to Delanie Walker (Tennessee tight end), his teammate in San Francisco for whom Special teams was essential to keeping him on the roster.

Another supporter of Maragos’ position, Minnesota Receiver Adam Thielen believes that the key to safety is practice. If players do what they are supposed to do on the practice field, they are less likely to make mistakes during NFL games.For Maragos, the further alteration and eventual elimination of the kickoff would be a great blow to football, removing a play that many have come to associate with the game.

 

Introduction to Collecting NFL Memorabilia for Fun and Profit

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The first thing to consider when purchasing your NFL memorabilia is to take the time to do your research on the item. For example what company is selling the product, what type of price is it set at, is there any bad feedback left on the seller whether an online store, a local sports memorabilia store or even sites like EBay. One of the biggest pieces of advice to consider is if the price or item looks to good then the likely hood it could be fake. For example a seller is selling a Tom Brady jersey selling online for $200 when all the one’s you have seen on EBay or at a local shop selling for $1,000. This would be a great sign to avoid the purchase. Now in addition to doing your research on the items you are purchasing, the big question is what types of NFL sports memorabilia is their available?

The answer to that question is there are a wide range of NFL sports memorabilia to collect to include autographed footballs, helmets, jerseys, football cards, photos and even more popular actual game used equipment. Now before we look into a few of these items, you must have a reason to purchase these items. Whether it is to just fill your Fan Cave with items of your favorite team or to add items to your collection that will grow in value over the years. With that said, we will look at the most popular NFL sports memorabilia to collect as well as a few of the top memorabilia items to collect for an investment as well as the players you should target.

Here are the top NFL sports memorabilia to collect:

Autographed & Framed Jerseys: One of the top items to add to any NFL collection are autographed NFL jerseys. In addition to just the autograph jersey alone, the best way to display this item is to have the jersey framed by a custom sports memorabilia framer or to purchase a custom jersey frame. While autographed and framed NFL jerseys take up a lot of space, the right player and autograph will not only look great on the wall but hold value into the future. Additional options when framing could include Die-Cut lettering, cut-out and framed photos and other memorabilia into the frames.

Autographed Helmets: Another item that is very popular among collectors and individuals looking to invest are autographed full size helmets but more importantly full size Pro-Line helmets. Now before you ask, you can purchase NFL helmets in two variations either a replica helmet that looks identical to what the teams wear on the field or a Pro-Line helmet that is the exact helmet the players wear on the field. Each of these helmets can come in a variation as the change of helmets to include the new speed flex helmets. The big question with these is whether you want to pay a minimum of $100 more for an authentic helmet and whether you may resell the helmet in the future. Along with full size replicas and Pro-Line helmets, autographed mini helmets that are a scale of the actual version are another item that is very popular to collect.

Game Used Equipment and Memorabilia: Along with jerseys and helmets, game used equipment continues to grow as fan favorite and have shown to be solid investments based on the specific player you have collected and what type of item it is. Popular game used items include on-field game used jerseys, game used helmets, and game used footballs as well as other equipment including receiving gloves, towels and cleats. When purchasing game used equipment, be careful of where you are purchasing the items and do your research on how that specific company/person has come into contact with the items.

Autographed & Memorabilia NFL Trading Cards: The debate can be made that sports cards might not be memorabilia but with the hobby making a big time comeback and the demand for the items it makes them a key part of the NFL sports memorabilia industry. Today’s NFL football cards not only feature the standard base sets that many collected as kids but now feature both autographed cards, autographed memorabilia cards and memorabilia cards. Add in many new display features such as high end display cases and framed displays to secure the cards, these items are not only a great item to put into your collection but also a great investment. Prices with these will vary based on the player, the hype around the player, whether it is a rookie card and whether it is graded.

Autographed Photos & Canvases: Another item many fans and collectors collect are autographed photos and/or canvases. These items range from 8×10 in size upwards of 42×48 photo canvasses that are signed by the player. The best part of these items are the actual image is visible and can tell you a piece of some of the greatest moments in NFL history. From the memorable Odell Beckham Jr one hand catch to the Dwight Clark catch in the back of the end zone. While these look great on walls, photos and canvasses have a history of not increasing in value such as some of the other items listed above.

Now that we looked at some of the NFL sports memorabilia you can add to your collection, here is a look at a few of the top NFL sports memorabilia to collect:

Tom Brady & Peyton Manning Rookie Cards and Autograph Rookie Cards: One of the most sought after item to anyone’s sports memorabilia collection are rookie cards and autographed rookie cards of top stars. This includes versions of these rookie cards that are highly graded. Two players to consider when collecting are Tom Brady and Peyton Manning as both players are future first ballot Hall of Famers and both are considered one of the top quarterbacks to ever play the game. Here are a few of their top rookie cards to collect.

  • 1998 Playoff Contender Peyton Manning Rookie Ticket Autograph – These cards can range from $250-300 ungraded upwards of a few thousands depending on how the grade of the card is.
  • 1998 Bowman Rookie Autographs Peyton Manning – Much like the other version, these cards can be purchased for $150-250 ungraded but can increase in value with a high grade.
  • 2000 Playoff Contenders Tom Brady Rookie Ticket Autograph – Brady’s rookie autographs can range up to $10,000 based on the condition of the card and whether the card has been graded. Dating back to 2010, an ungraded versions sold for $709 and $660 online compared to an ungraded version that sold for $4,312 back in January of 2020. In addition, these cards have had variations that have sold for over $100,000.

Johnny Unitas Autographed & Framed Jerseys: Here is another highly collectible NFL sports memorabilia item. Despite being a very easy autograph to collect in the Baltimore market, Unitas is one of those quarterbacks that will always be debated as one of the top in the NFL. Unitas autographed and framed jerseys can range from $1,000 to $2,500 based on the version of the jersey. One of the higher valued versions are the autographed Mitchell & Ness jerseys. These items along with autographed full size helmets and his rookie cards will continue to increase in value from year to year.

Walter Payton Autograph Jerseys, Helmets and Footballs: Much like Unitas, “Sweetness” is one of the more popular players to collect in the NFL sports memorabilia industry. While autographed jerseys, helmets and footballs tend to be hard to come by they are very valuable and will continue to grow in value.

 

 

JoeMontana & Dwight Clark Autographed Helmet W/ “The Catch” Play Call: One of the more unique autographs in the industry and one that any San Francisco 49ers fan must have in their collection is the autographed helmet with both Montana and Clark’s autograph as well as the actually play call diagram from the playbook.