|By Marc Lawrence — This week, The Athletic celebrated the greatest players to wear each jersey number across multiple sports. The most important players can have their numbers retired, making them off-limits to future generations. No one will ever again wear No. 7 for the Denver Broncos, No. 32 for the Cleveland Browns, No. 34 for the Chicago Bears and a range of other numbers deemed sacred throughout the NFL. Fans with even cursory knowledge of league history need not ask why. To streamline the process and make it more relevant to recent generations, its national NFL writers limited the time period to the Super Bowl era, which began in 1966. A few players whose careers straddled that cutoff made or missed the cut based on what we felt made the most sense (i.e. – don’t look to find Jim Brown’s name on this list, but you’ll want to throw up when you find who filled his place in the Super Bowl era instead). Click here to see each of the top 100 numbers assigned.|
From the 2020 PLAYBOOK Football Preview Guide magazine: The troubled Maryland Terrapins ranked No. 129 nation Red Zone Offense and No. 129 in Time Of Possession last season.
Grinding Out The Profits
TB12 – aka Time Brady – is renting Derek Jeter’s mansion in Tampa. Two legends, seven bedroom’s nine bathrooms, 30,000-plus square feet. It’s the largest house in Hillsborough County – the size of an average Best Buy store – with an 8-car garage and an elevator. Its price is $6 million dollars more than the average price in the Davis Island area of Tampa. The rent estimate is said to be n the $44,000 per month range. No need to start a Go Fund Me account for Brady, though. He signed a two-year, $50 million contract with the Buccaneers last month. Click here to view the luxury pad.