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Here's what it costs for an NFL player to change his jersey number12/4/2022
Here's what it costs for an NFL player to change his jersey number The NFL's new uniform number rules mean some NFL players are probably chomping at the bit to get into new unis for the 2021 season. While players changing numbers is definitely a possibility, sticker shock may drive players away.To get more news about replica custom nfl jerseys, you can visit official website. Per NFL rules, a player has to buy out the existing inventory of uniforms in order to change his number for the 2021 season. According to Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio, Vikings running back Dalvin Cook is deterred from wanting to change his uniform number, because the cost sits at around $1.5 million. PFT reports that players will have to not only buy out the existing uniforms, but buy them out at retail price — not the cost of production, which would be much cheaper. While Nike uniforms run at several different price points, that's still a hefty number to pay. Of course, the more popular the player, the more uniforms will be in circulation, so that won't be the same price for any and every player. Players with less uniforms in circulation might not to pay as much, while some of the league's top jersey sellers might be in for Cook's price or higher. If a player chooses to give notice to change his number for the 2022 NFL season, he won't have to pay anything, however.Several players, including Cook, Jalen Ramsey and Robert Woods have considered changing numbers for the upcoming season, but that price tag is a deterrent. While the NFL approved a rule change that allows players to wear single-digit numbers, Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady believes that change will be tough for offensive linemen protecting quarterbacks.Brady posted a photo to his Instagram story saying, "Good luck trying to block the right people now, going to make for a lot of bad football." Under the new guidelines, which were proposed by the Chiefs, running backs, tight ends and wide receivers to wear jersey numbers from 1 to 49 as well as 80 to 89. Defensive lineman can wear numbers from 50 to 79 and 90 to 99. Linebackers are also permitted to wear numbers from 1 to 59 and 90 to 99. Defensive backs can wear numbers from 1 to 49. The league's rule change stemmed from Kansas City having a shortage of numbers in the 20 to 49 range during the 2020 season due to several jersey numbers retired in the franchise. Like the Chiefs, other teams could face similar issues in the seasons to come.
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