Video: Arian Foster edited his NFL jersey swap collection and it’s awesome

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In total, I counted 48 jerseys from different players, not including several of his dating back to the Mission Bay HS days. They come from the league’s longstanding tradition of exchanging shirts after games in a sign of mutual respect.

In the summer of 2020, the NFL announced that the practice would be banned due to COVID and needless to say, many people and players pointed out the hypocrisy given that they would be involved in intense physical contact above all shirt exchange. Due to the response, the NFL changed its mind and said you could still trade jerseys, but you had to go through official team kit managers who had to wash jerseys, answer 3 riddles , find the golden scroll in Mallowkeep Village, then mail them. I searched for where the rules are now, but couldn’t find anything, although I have to assume the training will continue no matter what. Such a cool souvenir for players to remember the moments of their career.

Anyway, I hope his post starts a trend because it would be cool to see what jerseys other players have amassed over the years… Maybe have some sort of Pokemon-like tournament with them; the best collections win. Quite possible.

In response to Foster’s post, there were fans sharing their own collections, reminiscing about games/players, and countless asking if he was looking to get rid of them to save space in his closet. .

And people were quick to point out that he was missing one important shirt in particular:

Speaking of which, you can listen to these two guys on Macrodosing, and I may have been lucky enough to make an appearance on the last episode. Check it out!

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