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Who was a famous NFL player to wear 89?

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2010-05-27 00:32:26
2010-05-27 00:32:26

The number 89 is generally reserved for wide recievers and tight ends. Many players have worn this number over the NFL's history. As far as famous, I'm not sure what you mean. The last players to go to the Pro Bowl wearing 89 were tight ends Todd Heap(Baltimore) and Mark Chmura(Green Bay).

Dan Ross. Bengals tight end in the 1981 Super Bowl

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