Found May 04, 2013 on HTTR4LIFE.COM:
Redskins rookie camp started on Friday and the first line of business was the task of assigning the new players numbers to wear. Seventh-round draft pick Jawan Jamison, a runningback from Rutgers, was assigned number 47. As most already know 47 has been assigned to veteran fan-favorite Chris Cooley since 2004. Cooley was cut last...
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