#60

filice is listed as #60 but in the games he wears #93

Filice's designated number is 60.

In offensive sets where the Ticats require more than five players on the line, Filice wears #93 -- making him an eligible receiver.

I didn’t know players could change number in the course of a game.

When Anwar Stewart became an Als, he was wearing #58, but the Als asked him to change number so he could be also used as a tight end. That’s how he got #9.

Most of teams use their backup O-Linemen for blocking Tight Ends, so they wear a receiver number unless they have to go in the game on the O-Line…then they change back to the interior lineman number. Otherwise the team would be penalized for having an ineligible receiver.