Why did Jerry Rice wore 80?

80 was retired in 1992 by the Seahawks organization, but when Rice joined Seattle twelve years later, he wanted to wear the number, which he had made iconic in San Francisco.

Who wore 80 before Jerry Rice?

It happened when Jerry Rice joined the Seahawks in 2004, appearing in 11 games. He wore No. 80, even though the number had been retired for Steve Largent.

Who is number 80 on the Seattle Seahawks?

WR Steve Largent
80: WR Steve Largent.

What number was Jerry Rice with the Seahawks?

80San Francisco 49ers / Wide receiver
80Las Vegas Raiders / Wide receiver80Seattle Seahawks / Wide receiver19Denver Broncos / Wide receiver88Mississippi Valley State Delta Devils football / Wide receiver
Jerry Rice/Number
80 on Seahawks. Hall of Fame wide receiver Steve Largent explains how wide receiver Jerry Rice ended up wearing No. 80 in Seattle.

Who wore number 80 in the NFL?

No. 80, Jerry Rice, who is easily the greatest wide receiver of all time and arguably the greatest player in NFL history.

Who wore number 80 for the Eagles?

Cris Carter

No. 80, 88
College: Ohio State (1984–1986)
Supplemental draft: 1987 / Round: 4
Career history
Philadelphia Eagles (1987–1989) Minnesota Vikings (1990–2001) Miami Dolphins (2002)

How old is Calvin Johnson?

36 years (September 29, 1985)Calvin Johnson / Age

Are any Jerry Rice cards worth money?

The oldest and most valuable Jerry Rice card is his only official rookie card. The 1986 Topps card design may not wow anyone, but centering issues make Mint and Gem Mint copies a premium collectible. Despite that, there is still a decent supply available, so ungraded copies can be found for reasonable amounts.

Are any baseball cards from the 80s and 90s valuable?

With only 21 Grade 10’s in circulation, this Derek Jeter rookie card is the most valuable baseball card of the 80’s and 90’s.