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Flozell Adams wore #76 during his 12 seasons in Dallas.
The list for numbers between 76 and 80 in the Greatest Player by Number series is one of the longer ones among these updates. However, there are not many updates to report, so this post will be relatively short.
Flozell Adams played left tackle through the end of the 2009 season. No other player has worn #76 during the regular season since then.
Pat McQuistan wore #77 when he played in Dallas from 2006 to 2009. He returned to Dallas in 2012 and is scheduled to wear #76. The team’s first-round pick in 2011, Tyron Smith, now wears #77.
Junior Siavii wore #78 in 2009. Tackle Jimmy Parnell, who remains on the 2012 preseason roster, wore #78 in limited action in 2011.
Jacob Rogers was the last player to wear #79 in 2005.
Anthony Fasano wore #80 in two season before being traded to Miami. Martellus Bennett wore #80 from 2008 to 2011, but he signed with the Giants in the offseason.
The complete list:
- Dallas Cowboys Jersey Numbers: Updates for Nos. 66 through 70
- Dallas Cowboys Jersey Numbers: Updates for Nos. 71 through 75
- Dallas Cowboys Jersey Numbers: Updates for Nos. 51 through 55
- Dallas Cowboys Jersey Numbers: Updates for Nos. 46 through 50
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