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machohorn

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Does anyone have a purple #7 laying around that they want to get rid of? I think in a few weeks T-junk number will be retired and we all know how the price of stuff goes up when that happens.

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I doubt he'll be retiring....he's only been in the league for 3 years. And I highly doubt his jersey will be worth any more than it is now while he is still on the team.

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Yeah I'd use that thing to wipe with!! smilesmile He'll be riding someone else's bench in the next week or so!

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Sorry, I got mine out of a garage sale free box to use for an oil rag in the garage......

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you got ripped off if you got that jersey for free!! they should of had to give you money to take it....sorry man

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Look on the bright side though, If you wore that #7 in Packer country you might get some back slaps, handshakes or cheers because we put up wuth him for 3+ years.

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Retired after less then 5 years = fired for not knowing what you are doing and changing careers!. Thats what a guy here said when they fired him, "I'm retiring from this line of work, going to find the right job this time. lol

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