Come on. Just take a wild guess.
Okay, good. You’re wrong.
It’s amazing what a player will do to get their original jersey number if they switch teams. Some players will give up the number without a fuss, others will ask you to donate money to a charity or buy them lunch.
Not Jeff Cumberland.
When new Jets wide receiver Eric Decker asked Cumberland for the jersey, the price was a little more than a burger with fries. Cumberland was very aware, like the rest of us, when Decker signed a hefty five-year, $36.25 million deal.
The final damage for Decker: A one time fee of $25,000 and a steak dinner, according to ThePostGame.
Personally, I think the steak dinner was pushing it a little too far, but players get attached to numbers and if it took an extra rib-eye to get number 87, then a rib-eye had to be paid.