Damion Square is number 77 on the Philadelphia Eagles.
Gianluigi Buffon with juventus wore the number 77 from 2019
No one on the active roster wore #77 for the 1995 Jacksonville Jaguars.. And as far as i can tell, no one wore that jersey number, period..
For what team?
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Defensive tackle Dick Modzelewski wore number77 in 1962.
The best to wear it was Lyle alzado
Captain Pierre Turgeon Pierre Turgeon never wore 17 for the Canadiens, he wore #77.
The two most famous players to wear number 77 for the Denver Broncos were All-Pro defensive end Lyle Alzado (1971-78) and All-Pro linebacker Karl Mecklenburg (1983-94). Pro Bowl offensive tackle Tony E. Jones also wore number 77 for the Broncos from 1997-2000.
The New England Patriots are 6-6 versus the Philadelphia Eagles, including a Patriot victory over the Eagles in Super Bowl XXXIX (bolded).11/04/73 L Patriots 23 @ Eagles 24 @ Philadelphia11/27/77 W Patriots 14 Eagles 610/08/78 W Patriots 24 Eagles 1409/13/81 L Patriots 3 Eagles 13 @ Philadelphia12/09/84 L Patriots 17 Eagles 27 @ Philadelphia11/29/87 L Patriots 31 Eagles 3411/04/90 L Patriots 20 Eagles 48 @ Philadelphia12/19/99 L Patriots 9 Eagles 24 @ Philadelphia09/14/03 W Patriots 31 Eagles 10 @ Philadelphia02/06/05 W Patriots 24 Eagles 21 @ Neutral Site - Jacksonville, FL09/25/07 W Patriots 31 Eagles 2809/27/11 W Patriots 38 Eagles 20 @ Philadelphia
Defensive lineman Jim Jeffcoat wore #77 when he played for the Bills from 1995 to 1997. Robert Hicks, an offensive tackle for the Bills, wore it from 1998 to 2000.
Right now, no one wears #77. The only player in team history to wear it was Anson Carter, who wore it during the 2005-06 season.
Significant players who have worn number 77 for the Green Bay Packers include Pro Bowl defensive tackle Dave Hanner (1952-55 -- he wore #79 from 1956-64), defensive end Ron Kostelnik, (1961-68), defensive end Mike Butler (1977-82, '85) and defensive lineman Cullen Jenkins (2004-10). Tony Mandarich, the Packers' first-round draft choice in 1989, famously wore number 77 from 1989-91, but he never lived up to expectations.
Pitcher Humberto Sanchez was the only Yankee to wear number 77 in their history. Humberto pitched two innings in relief in only 2 games for the Yankees in 2008 and is no longer in the Yankees organization.
Significant players who have worn number 77 for the Green Bay Packers include Pro Bowl defensive tackle Dave Hanner (1952-55 -- he wore #79 from 1956-64), defensive end Ron Kostelnik, (1961-68), defensive end Mike Butler (1977-82, '85) and defensive lineman Cullen Jenkins (2004-10). Offensive tackle Tony Mandarich, the Packers' first-round draft choice in 1989, famously wore number 77 from 1989-91, but he never lived up to expectations.
1980-1982: Greg Boyd 1983-1994: Karl Mecklenburg
Bart Starr wore number 15 as QB for the Green Bay Packers from 1956 to 1971 winning 5 NFL Championships in 7 years as well as the first 2 Super Bowls, although the name Super Bowl wasn't used until Super Bowl 3. I'm sure there are others, but that's the name that popped up for me first. ---- Another is Hall of Fame running back Steve Van Buren of the Philadelphia Eagles. He played 8 seasons for the Eagles (1944-1951) and ended his career with 5,860 rushing yards, 69 rushing TDs (he scored 77 TDs total), a 26.7 kickoff return average and 3 TDs, 13.9 yard punt return average and 2 TDs, and 9 interceptions.
Chris Gratton -- Center. He had two stints with the lightning and wore #77 with each stint. He was a 1st round pick that never lived up to his expectations.. went from captain to trade bait.. wound up in Philly for a couple years and then Buffalo.. met him: very tall and nice guy.
there is no number 77 on the Seattle Sounders.
77 is itself a whole number and so rounding makes no difference. The answer is 77.
The numbers, "77" is not a prime number - it can be evenly divided by 1, 7, 11, and 77.