L.J. Fort switching from No. 58

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The Baltimore Ravens have already seen a few of their players take advantage of the NFL deciding to ease jersey number restrictions for multiple positions. The team announced that linebacker Patrick Queen was switching from No. 48 to No. 6, while wide receiver Marquise Brown moved on from No. 15 in favor of No. 5. Now, Baltimore has a third player who will ditch their old jersey number for a new one.

Linebacker L.J. Fort posted a picture of him in the No. 3, implying that he’s going to make the switch to a single-digit number.

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The Ravens then hinted that the move was happening, posting a series of eye emojis on Twitter.

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The single-digit numbers are being taken fast in Baltimore. After Queen, Brown, and now Fort made switches, the only single-digit number that’s available for the Ravens is No. 1. That’s not to say that other players such as Tyler Huntley (No. 2) or Trace McSorley (No. 7) wouldn’t give up their number to a teammate who really wanted it, but at this point almost every single-digit number in Baltimore has a name to it.