The Ravens' team store can start stitching some Ronnie Stanley jerseys.
Baltimore's first-round pick has decided to wear No. 79 with the Ravens, which is a change from what he wore at Notre Dame. Stanley wore No. 78 in college, but decided to make the switch even though that number was available.
He did wear No. 79 in his high school days at Bishop Gorman in Las Vegas, and said he would have preferred that number in college but another player claimed it first.
The other players in Ravens history who have worn No. 79 are Willie Anderson, Mark LeVoir, Tony Moll, Tony Pashos, Casey Walker and Larry Webster.
(Note: The video above shows the stitching of the No. 1 jersey that Stanley held up Friday at his introductory press conference.)