Q: What is the range of numbers a quarterback can wear?

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In 1984, the NFL allowed defensive linemen and linebackers to wear jersey numbers in the 90-99 range, since more teams were making use of the 3-4 defense and thus were quickly exhausting numbers for linebackers, who previously were only allowed to wear numbers in the 50-59 range. Since 2010, defensive linemen are allowed to wear numbers 50-59; this is in part because of the interchangeability of linebackers and defensive ends (a defensive end in a 4-3 defense would be an outside linebacker in a 3-4).

What are two numbers with a range of 10

11

The range of a group of numbers is the difference between the highest and lowest numbers

The range is 7.

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This depends on level of play. In Pee-Wee, High School and College; the generally accepted numbers for a Quarterback are 1-29. NFL Pros are only allowed to wear 1-19.

Football numbers can range from 1-99. The numbers identify positions, so position payers have a range of uniform numbers they can be assigned. Quarterback can wear numbers 1-9, 10-19 Running Back can wear numbers 20-29, 30-39, 40-49 H-Back can wear numbers 40-49, 80-89 Wide Receiver can wear numbers 10-19, 80-89 Tight End can wear numbers 40-49, 80-89 Offensive Line can wear numbers 50-59, 60-69, 70-79 Defensive Line can wear numbers 50-59, 60-69, 70-79 Linebacker can wear numbers 50-59, 90-99 Corner back can wear numbers 20-29, 30-39, 40-49 Safety can wear numbers 20-29, 30-39, 40-49 Kicker can wear numbers 1-9 Punter can wear numbers 1-9 While this system went into place in 1973, exceptions can be made. The jersey number is assigned based in a players primary position However, if they change positions, they usually are not required to change numbers. In addition, the NFL will allow some players to use a number that is not in their position specified range. However, the Player has to pay a "fine" for the privilege.

They can wear from 0-99, Major League Baseball won't issue uniforms that have triple digit numbers.

According to NFL Rule 5, Section 1, Article 4: 1) Quarterbacks, Punters and Kickers wear numbers 1-19. 2) Running Backs and Defensive Backs wear numbers 20-49 3) Centers wear 50-59 and if a number in that range is not available they may wear 60-79. 4) Guards and Tackles wear 60-79. 5) Wide Receivers wear 80-89 and if a number in that range is not available they may wear 10-19. 6) Tight Ends wear 80-89. 7) Defensive Linemen wear 60-79 and if a number in that range is not available they may wear 90-99. 8) Linebackers wear 50-59 and if a number in that range is not available they may wear 90-99.

The National Football League has a strict numbering policy, so quarterbacks can only wear numbers between 1 and 19. Among current NFL starters, the highest number worn by a quarterback is Peyton Manning's No. 18.

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In 1984, the NFL allowed defensive linemen and linebackers to wear jersey numbers in the 90-99 range, since more teams were making use of the 3-4 defense and thus were quickly exhausting numbers for linebackers, who previously were only allowed to wear numbers in the 50-59 range. Since 2010, defensive linemen are allowed to wear numbers 50-59; this is in part because of the interchangeability of linebackers and defensive ends (a defensive end in a 4-3 defense would be an outside linebacker in a 3-4).

#44

Former backup quarterback Scott Zolak was the most recent to wear #16.

What are two numbers with a range of 10

he wore number 7

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