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  1. Vinny

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    2004 Texans Team Roster
    # NAME POS Ht Wt Age Exp College
    23 Anderson, Jason RB 6-0 205 1980-04-29 1 South Dakota
    60 Anderson, Charlie LB 6-3 242 1981-12-08 R Mississippi
    87 Armstrong, Derick WR 6-2 196 1979-04-02 2 Arkansas-Monticello
    93 Babin, Jason LB 6-2 260 1980-05-24 R Western Michigan
    12 Banks, Tony QB 6-4 230 1973-04-05 9 Michigan State
    47 Baxter, Jarrod FB 6-0 245 1979-03-09 3 New Mexico
    33 Bell, Jason CB 6-0 182 1978-04-01 4 UCLA
    57 Bell, Marcus LB 6-1 245 1977-07-19 4 Arizona
    85 Bradford, Corey WR 6-1 197 1975-12-08 7 Jackson State
    24 Brown, Eric SS 6-0 210 1975-03-20 7 Mississippi State
    3 Brown, Kris K 5-11 206 1976-12-23 6 Nebraska
    67 Brown, Milford G 6-4 316 1980-08-15 3 Florida State
    88 Bruener, Mark TE 6-4 260 1972-09-16 10 Washington
    22 Burns, Curry FS 6-0 212 1981-02-12 1 Louisville
    8 Carr, David QB 6-3 230 1979-07-21 3 Fresno State
    59 Carroll, Travis LB 6-4 240 1978-10-26 1 Florida
    9 Charles, Terry WR 6-3 207 1979-07-18 2 Portland State
    10 Cheek, Steve P 6-4 205 1977-04-18 1 Humboldt State
    50 Clemons, Charlie LB 6-2 250 1972-07-04 8 Georgia
    42 Coleman, Marcus CB 6-2 210 1974-05-24 9 Texas Tech
    37 Davis, Domanick RB 5-9 216 1980-10-01 2 LSU
    97 Davis, Jason DE 6-3 290 1980-05-12 1 West Virginia
    60 Dawson, Curry T 6-6 290 1979-08-04 1 Angelo State
    95 Deloach, Jerry DE 6-2 315 1977-07-17 4 California
    93 DeRonde, Kevin LB 6-5 259 1978-08-15 1 Iowa State
    34 Duff, Vontez CB 5-10 203 1982-03-08 R Notre Dame
    16 Dugans, Ron WR 6-2 206 1977-04-27 4 Florida State
    58 Dunn, Anthony LB 6-2 250 1980-07-01 1 Northern Colorado
    45 Earl, Glenn SS 6-1 222 1981-06-10 R Notre Dame
    54 Evans, Troy LB 6-3 243 1977-12-03 3 Cincinnati
    38 Faggins, Demarcus CB 5-10 178 1979-06-13 3 Kansas State
    56 Foreman, Jay LB 6-1 240 1976-12-18 6 Nebraska
    20 Freeman, Rober' CB 5-9 182 1981-08-28 1 Clark Atlanta
    86 Gaffney, Jabar WR 6-1 193 1980-12-01 3 Florida
    31 Glenn, Aaron CB 5-9 185 1972-07-16 11 Texas A&M
    25 Hollings, Tony RB 5-10 216 1981-12-01 2 Georgia Tech
    89 Holloway, Jabari TE 6-2 260 1978-12-18 4 Notre Dame
    94 Ioane, Junior DT 6-4 320 1977-07-21 5 Arizona State
    17 Johnson, Albert WR 5-9 190 1977-11-11 1 SMU
    80 Johnson, Andre WR 6-2 221 1981-07-11 2 Miami (FL)
    73 Jones, Garrick T 6-5 306 1978-12-03 2 Arkansas State
    83 Joppru, Bennie TE 6-4 262 1980-01-05 2 Michigan
    14 Lewis, Jermaine WR 6-4 209 1979-11-01 1 Western Michigan
    46 Lord, Jammal FS 6-2 215 1981-01-10 R Nebraska
    90 Martin, Terrance DE 6-2 290 1979-07-16 2 N.C. State
    29 McCree, Marlon FS 5-11 198 1977-03-17 4 Kentucky
    76 McKinney, Steve C 6-4 302 1975-10-15 7 Texas A&M
    82 Miller, Billy TE 6-3 230 1977-04-24 5 Southern California
    84 Moses, J.J. WR 5-6 178 1979-09-12 2 Iowa State
    81 Murphy, Matt TE 6-5 260 1980-02-23 2 Maryland
    44 Norris, Moran FB 6-1 250 1978-06-16 4 Kansas
    53 Orr, Shantee LB 6-0 250 1981-05-28 2 Michigan
    61 Orr, Raheem LB 6-3 258 1980-11-08 R Rutgers
    91 Payne, Seth DT 6-4 303 1975-02-12 8 Cornell
    98 Peek, Antwan LB 6-3 250 1979-10-29 2 Cincinnati
    48 Pittman, Bryan LS 6-3 270 1977-01-20 2 Washington
    69 Pitts, Chester T 6-3 320 1979-06-26 3 San Diego State
    74 Powell, Jamal C 6-3 311 1981-04-10 1 Texas Christian
    4 Ragone, Dave QB 6-3 245 1979-10-03 2 Louisville
    68 Randall, Greg T 6-5 322 1978-06-23 4 Michigan State
    23 Robinson, Dunta CB 5-10 186 1982-04-11 R South Carolina
    92 Sears, Corey DE 6-3 319 1973-04-15 6 Mississippi State
    55 Sharper, Jamie LB 6-3 240 1974-11-23 8 Virginia
    2 Sievers, Todd K 6-2 215 1980-04-01 1 Miami (FL)
    66 Silvers, Elliot T 6-7 320 1978-02-19 2 Washington
    30 Simmons, Jason CB 5-9 198 1976-03-30 7 Arizona State
    79 Slechta, Jeremy DT 6-6 285 1980-05-12 2 Nebraska
    99 Smith, Robaire DT 6-4 310 1977-11-15 5 Michigan State
    7 Stanley, Chad P 6-3 205 1976-01-29 5 Stephen F. Austin
    40 Stansbury, Ed FB 6-0 257 1979-05-03 1 UCLA
    28 Stephens, Travis RB 5-8 194 1978-06-26 1 Tennessee
    2 Symons, B.J. QB 6-0 210 1980-11-19 R Texas Tech
    18 Taylor, Chris WR 5-10 183 1979-04-25 1 Texas A&M
    19 Thomas, Sloan WR 6-1 203 1981-12-22 R Texas
    21 Vaughn, Darrick CB 5-11 193 1978-10-02 4 SW Texas State
    71 Wade, Todd T 6-8 315 1976-10-30 5 Mississippi
    96 Walker, Gary DE 6-2 305 1973-02-28 10 Auburn
    41 Walker, Ramon SS 5-11 197 1979-11-08 3 Pittsburgh
    78 Wand, Seth T 6-7 327 1979-08-06 2 Northwest Missouri State
    77 Washington, Todd C 6-3 310 1976-07-19 7 Virginia Tech
    70 Weary, Fred G 6-4 308 1977-09-30 3 Tennessee
    32 Wells, Jonathan RB 6-1 245 1979-07-21 3 Ohio State
    72 Wiegert, Zach T 6-5 309 1973-08-16 10 Nebraska
    52 Wong, Kailee LB 6-2 250 1976-05-23 7 Stanford
    43 Wright, Kenny CB 6-1 205 1977-09-14 6 Northwestern State
     
  2. Fiddy

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    Robinson's jersey looks nice

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    Looks like the Texans are doing duplicate numbers. 1 for offense, and 1 for defense.
     
  4. TexasAggie

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    Babin and DeRonde both LBs have 93. Did you all notice Fred Weary changed from 61 to 70. :eek:
     
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    I always like #23, maybe it will be his real #.
     
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    You can order a Battle Red jersey, but I dont think they have Babin's ready for order. You'll have to wait awhile, unless you customize a jersey with Babins name and number. I dont think you can customize a Battle Red Jersey, though.

    http://store.houstontexans.com/family/index.jsp?categoryId=716711
     
  8. texman8

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    Numbers 1,4,5 and 13 aren't taken. Is 00 allowed? Kenny Burroughs' old number. #93 is Babin's college #. Same with Robinson. :banana:
     
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    Do not quote me on this, but I think the NFL disallowed the 00 number a few years back. Something else to keep in mind as you scan that list, is that some of the new players will change numbers before the season starts.
     
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    11,also not taken. Guess there will be more duplicate #'s when our UDFA's are in camp.
     
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    Some teams are already selling new jerseys in the stores, Staley for Pittsburgh and Garcia for the browns is already available. I wonder about Robinson and Babin!
     
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    Well the difference there is that they were FAs and their #s would have already been decided while the rookies have to go with whats left until some people are cut.
     
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    Does it really matter what a player's number is? As long as they produce on the field, I don't care what their number is. However, it is nice to see them keep the same number their entire carreer.
     
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    All I was saying was the free agents have their numbers decided so the jerseys could already be put out, while the rookies numbers still fluctuate so jerseys probably won't be made until the final number is decided. (Robinsons and Babins could be final for all I know).

    Personally I kind of like the rarer numbers, example Davis having 37, eventually if the player is good enough people begin to associate a single number with a certain player. How many RBs do you think of when you see #22? How many QBs when you see #4?

    It would be nice if Davis was eventually up in that elite club so when anyone saw the #37 the first name in their mind would be Houston Texans RB Domanick Davis.
     
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    Emmitt Smith and our very own Dave Ragone, how could you forget about Ragone :D

    I like the #s that players dont use often, too. Like the #23 in basketball is worn out. Everybody wants to be like Mike.
     
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    I think Dunta might try to buy out his college # from J.Wells.
     
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    Or he could just wait for him to get cut.
     
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    well if wells is cut who do you see coming in as our 3rd runningback...stephans?
     
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    This may sound totally stupid to some of you, but I see Jarrod Baxter as the 3rd running back on the roster. He could double as a FB and RB. Baxter played RB in college and probably wont earn the starting FB position back. He would be a good keep, maybe a goal line back.
     

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