Florida State Retired Football JerseysWith the tremendous championship success of the FSU football program, many football legends have worn the Garnet and Gold. Many of these players not only made an incredible impact in the National Football League and made it all the way to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.
|Retired Florida State Football Jersey Numbers
The following FSU football legends have had their jersey numbers retired.
|2||Deion Sanders||Sanders was a three-sport athlete for FSU and wound up starring in the NFL and MLB. As a Seminole, Sanders was a two-time All-America in football|
|10||Derrick Brooks||Brooks was a two-time AP All-American, 11-time Pro Bowler and Tampa's all-time leading tackler, Brooks helped the Seminoles to their first national championship in 1993 and the Bucs' to their only Super Bowl title in 2002.|
|16||Chris Weinke||While at FSU, Chris Weinke was a three-year starter and also captured the 2000 Heisman Trophy. Weinke led Florida State to an undefeated national championship season in 1999 and followed up that champaign by leading the nation in passing yards|
|17||Charlie Ward||Described as the most decorated player if college football history, Ward guided Florida State to their first national title in 1993. Ward won numerous awards that season including FSU's first Heisman Trophy.|
|25||Fred Biletnikoff||This sure-handed receiver made such an impact on the game that the annual award for college football's top receiver is named in his honor. Biletnikoff was the Seminoles first consensus All-American (1964) and later became an NFL Super Bowl champion with the Raiders and a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.|
|28||Warrick Dunn||Dunn left Florida State as the school's all-time leading rusher with 3,959 career yards. After his final season in 1996, Dunn starred with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Atlanta Falcons.|
|34||Ron Sellers||This FSU wide receiver was a consensus All-American in 1967 and 1968. While wearing his FSU football jersey, Sellers caught 240 passes for 3979 yards and 28 TD receptions.|
|50||Ron Simmons||This former Seminoles nose guard was a two-time consensus All-American in 1979 and 1980.|