Jets Release Uniform Numbers

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    The Jets finally let me update my spreadsheet.

    They released 29 numbers Tuesday headlined with first-round pick Mekhi Becton’s 77.

    Becton will wear #77 for Gang Green.

    The others from the star-studded draft class of Joe Douglas’s first rodeo will don these numbers:

    • WR Denzel Mims, #11
    • DB Ashtyn Davis, #32
    • DE Jabari Zuniga, #92
    • RB La’Mical Perine, #22
    • QB James Morgan, #4
    • OL Cameron Clark, #72
    • P Braden Mann, #7

    The free agent class of this offseason is headlined by WR Breshad Perriman, who will wear #19.

    WR Breshad Perriman will wear #19.

    The other incoming free agents will wear numbers as followed:

    • LB Patrick Onwuasor, #51
    • QB Joe Flacco, #5
    • C Connor McGovern, #60
    • OL Greg Van Roten, #62
    • OL Josh Andrews, #68
    • OL George Fant, #76
    • CB Pierre Desir, #35
    • WR Josh Doctson, #18

    DE Bryce Huff, the UDFA that many believe has a sure shot of making the 53-man roster, will wear #47.

    Bryce Huff to Wear #47.

    Other UDFAs will sport the following numbers:

    • DL Sterling Johnson, #66
    • DL Domenique Davis, #61
    • CB Lamar Jackson, #36
    • WR Lawrence Cager, #1
    • WR George Campbell, #6
    • OL Jared Hilbers, #79

    CB Bryce Hall, DB Javelin Guidry, RB Frank Gore, CB Quincy Wilson, WR Jehu Chesson, and DB Shyheim Carter have not yet received numbers.

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