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FSU football players and their new NFL jersey numbers

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New looks for some old ’Noles.

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The names are the same— only the numbers have been changed. As is custom, those who’ve recently made the jump from the amateur to professional ranks are familiarizing themselves with a whole new set of numbers. Different playbook designations, different addresses, and certainly different bank account balances. But as far as fans are concerned, they typically begin to identify with a player based on his number, and the new jerseys of the Seminoles turned professional are now listed on NFL rosters.

  • Running back Dalvin Cook, the top ’Nole off the board, will wear No. 33 for the Minnesota Vikings.
  • Next drafted was defensive end DeMarcus Walker, who will sport the No. 57 for the Denver Broncos.
  • Defensive back Marquez White is headed to the Dallas Cowboys, where he’ll pull on the No. 39.
  • A pair of FSU players are headed for the Windy City: receiver Kermit Whitfield will don No. 2 for the Chicago Bears, and fullback Freddie Stevenson will wear No. 43.
  • Receiver Bobo Wilson has signed with the Buccaneers, and he’ll be Tampa Bay’s No. 85.
  • Although it’s not listed on the New York Giants’ official roster as of yet, receiver Travis Rudolph has posted an Instagram pic of himself in a No. 19 jersey.
  • Finally, offensive lineman Roderick Johnson, who was drafted by the Browns, has not yet been assigned a number. Leave it to Cleveland to pull up the rear.