Updated, 5:45 p.m. ET
The numbers are in. All but one or two, that is.
RB Chris Johnson, with Curtis Martin's 28 off limits, finally settled on 21. And three touchdowns are almost as good as four.
But who lost No. 21? That was CB Ellis Lankster, who jumped up 10 to No. 31. (Would that have anything to do with honoring Antonio Cromartie? We don't know.)
And Jeremy Reeves, who had been 31, moved to 41 in this game of musical uniforms.
I will be wearing 31 — Ellis Lankster31 (@EllisLankster21) May 12, 2014
Punter Ryan Quigley, who passed on his No. 1 to Michael Vick, announced his decision to take No. 4 just a few moments ago.
Also, in case anyone missed it, the new No. 10 at WR is Clyde Gates, whose 19 from last year is now being worn by free agent WR Jacoby Ford.
Top draft pick Calvin Pryor has tweeted that he's not going with 25, his number as Louisville's hard-hitting safety, but with 35. We have not announced Pryor's number officially yet. RB Alex Green wore No. 25 last year.
Glad to announce I will be wearing number 88 as a New York Jet. — Jace Amaro (@J_ACER22) May 11, 2014
Here are the numbers the other rookies have acquired, with the coordination of Gus Granneman's equipment staff:
88—TE Jace Amaro
3—QB Tajh Boyd
69—T Tevon Conrad
48—LB Steele Divitto
42—CB Brandon Dixon
70—OL Dakota Dozier
51—DE IK Enemkpali
82—WR Quincy Enunwa
81—WR Shaq Evans
53—LB Jeremiah George
64—DE Anthony Grady
62—DL Kerry Hyder
43—CB Dexter McDougle
48—TE Terrence Miller
79—T Brent Qvale
49—LB Trevor Reilly
16—WR Jalen Saunders
77—DL Zach Thompson
47—FB Chad Young
Johnson will become the 17th Jets player to wear No. 21 in a regular-season game, but only sixth RB, along with FB Clark Gaines and of course LaDainian Tomlinson. Here are all the 21's in franchise history: