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Which football players wore number 83?

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Andre Reed of the Buffalo Bills

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Click on the link below to see all the players that wore number 83 for the Steelers.

Jeff Dugan wore number 83 for the vikings

Eric Gagne one year with Bo Sox

Sean Morrey, among others. Actually so did I.

During his career with the Washington Redskins (1986-1993), Ricky Sanders wore #83. 83

Two noteworthy players have sported number 68 for the San Diego Chargers: Defensive end Leroy Jones (1976-83) and Pro Bowl guard Kris Dielman (2003-11).

No player has ever worn that number for the Giants during the regular season.

Players who wore number 45 for the Baltimore Colts: halfback L.G. Dupre (1955-59), fullback Jerry Hill (1961-70), wide receiver Mike Siani (1978-80) and cornerback Jim Burroughs (1982-83 -- he also wore number 45 in 1984, the franchise's first year in Indianapolis).

Big Ben Davidson between 1963-1971. No one else wore #83 (1972-1974) before Hendricks came to the Raiders in 1975.

Originally he wore 83, but late he changed his number to 18

Brandon Lloyd is currently a free agent. During his career he wore number 80, 83, 84 and 85.

wes welker and lee evens that's all i found so far

Mike Hass WR played at Oregon State. Now plays for Seattle.

Many players have worn number 83 for the New York Jets. Among them are wide receiver George Sauer (with Jets from 1965 through 1970), wide receiver/tight end Jerome Barkum (with Jets from 1972 through 1983) and wide receiver Santana Moss (with Jets from 2001 through 2004).

nobody on the current roster, most notable one is ted hendricks

No. 83 is a prime number.

83 is a prime number

Wide receiver Chris Doering in the 2003-2004 seasons.

83 is a prime number because it has only two factors

The first baseball team to use numbers on uniforms was the 1916 Cleveland Indians when they wore small numbers on the sleeves of their uniforms, as a way of identifying the players. This practice was short lived. in 1929 the New York Yankees decided to wear numbers to the backs of their jerseys. The numbers corresponded to each player's general position in the lineup.for example Babe Ruth wore No. 3, since he usually batted third, and Lou Gehrig wore No. 4 as he batted fourth. Here is a small list of some noted Baseball players that wore uniform number 8. * Carl Yastrzemski (1961-83) * Charlie Grimm (Player & Manager) (1935) * Andre Dawson (1987-92) * Nomar Garciaparra (2004) * Joe Morgan * Gary Carter * Yogi Berra * Bill Dickey * Willie Stargell (1962-1982)

83 is a prime number; its only divisors are 1 and 83.

No, 83 is not a composite number, it is a prime number.

83 is a prime number and has no other divisors that are prime numbers except 83; 83 divided by 83 equals 1.

83 is a prime number the only factors for this number would be 83 and 1

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