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Crabtree, Ginn Jr. Join Jersey-Swap Trend

Posted Jan 13, 2014

Michael Crabtree traded jerseys with friend and former teammate, Ted Ginn Jr.

Post-game scenes at NFL games continue to look like FIFA matches.

Seriously.

It seems like every week now someone is trading jerseys with someone on the other team. We’ll consider the weather in Green Bay as the main reason for no uni swap taking place that week.

But if you’re friends with someone on the other team and you want to trade threads, there’s no reason to hold back from taking part in the popular soccer tradition.

Enter Michael Crabtree and Ted Ginn Jr.

The former 49ers teammates swapped uniforms and a bro hug after the 49ers beat the Panthers 23-10 to advance to the NFC title game.

GALLERY: 49ers-Panthers in Pictures

Crabtree posted a picture of the moment on his Instagram account with the caption: “Me and my bro Teddy Ginn…”


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