Former Alabama running back, Mark Ingram, changed his number for the fourth time as a member of the New Orleans Saints and fans have started to notice.

One fan expressed this while Ingram was signing jerseys after training camp on Tuesday.

“You have to stop changing your number, I don’t know what jersey to get.”

“All of them,” Ingram replied.

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Ingram later on went to twitter and made an enticing offer to any fan that had all four of his jersey numbers (28, 22, 14, and 5).

“Whoever has the four pack can send it to me and I’ll personalize all of them for you and send back.”

Ingram wore No. 28 in his first two seasons with the Saints, before changing to No. 22, his number at Alabama, for the next six seasons in New Orleans. After spending time with the Baltimore Ravens and Houston Texans, Ingram returned to the Saints during the 2021 season and switched to No. 14. Ingram announced his latest number change last month when he made the switch to No. 5.

Ingram was a member of the Crimson Tide from 2008-10. The star running back was the first Alabama player to win the Heisman trophy in school history. Ingram also earned Sporting News Player of the Year, SEC Offensive Player of the Year, Unanimous All-American honors, and First-team All-SEC.

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