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    I know Bradford is going to wear #8 but what about the rest of the rookies?

    Sam Bradford = #8
    Rodger Saffold
    Jerome Murphy
    Marty Gilyard
    Mike Hoomanawanui
    Hall Davis
    Fredi Onobun
    Eugene Sims
    Marquis Johnson
    George Selvie
    Josh Hull

  • #2
    Re: Rams Rookie Numbers

    It's likely we won't know until this weekend's rookie minicamp, and even then things could change between now and the start of the season.

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    • #3
      Re: Rams Rookie Numbers

      Shoot, many of these guys may not even make the final roster.

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      • #4
        Re: Rams Rookie Numbers

        So no-one else is going to give it a go?! Just for fun

        Sam Bradford = #8
        Rodger Saffold = #76 (college number and its available, i think)
        Jerome Murphy = #20 or #30
        Marty Gilyard = he can pick any #80 pretty much, maybe #81 or #84
        Mike Hoomanawanui = #86
        Hall Davis = #90
        Fredi Onobun = #89
        Eugene Sims = #93
        Marquis Johnson = #29
        George Selvie = #92
        Josh Hull = #54

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        • #5
          Re: Rams Rookie Numbers

          Sam Bradford = 8
          Rodger Saffold = 76
          Jerome Murphy = 76
          Marty Gilyard = 81
          Mike Hoomanawanui = 86
          Hall Davis = 90
          Fredi Onobun = 48
          Eugene Sims = 92
          Marquis Johnson = 33
          George Selvie = 67
          Josh Hull = 56

          got them from the roster on the Rams website.

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          • #6
            Re: Rams Rookie Numbers

            Originally posted by thickandthin View Post
            Sam Bradford = 8
            Rodger Saffold = 76
            Jerome Murphy = 76
            Marty Gilyard = 81
            Mike Hoomanawanui = 86
            Hall Davis = 90
            Fredi Onobun = 48
            Eugene Sims = 92
            Marquis Johnson = 33
            George Selvie = 67
            Josh Hull = 56

            got them from the roster on the Rams website.
            oops Murphy's number is 26 not 76 my bad.

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            • #7
              Re: Rams Rookie Numbers

              Well, i got 3 guesses right! woo!!

              Saffold, Gilyard and Oh Oh

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              • #8
                Re: Rams Rookie Numbers

                Originally posted by thickandthin View Post
                Marty Gilyard = 81
                Love the receiver who wears 81

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                • #9
                  Re: Rams Rookie Numbers

                  Not a fan of TEs wearing 40 numbers!

                  Just a thought, might Onobun be used in the fullback role a few times? Not for blocking obviously, but send him out on the flat and give him a screen or something.

                  Hard man to stop with the ball in his hands!

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                  • #10
                    Re: Rams Rookie Numbers

                    Speaking of rookie numbers, Clausen has chosen #2 to remind himself that he fell to the second round. Interesting selection, as I would have thought he'd pick #3 then to remind himself he was the 3rd taken and use it as motivation.

                    Also, I think one of Saffold or Murphy is going to have to change.

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