This is the kind of guy Adam Bighill is: after changing uniform numbers, the B.C. Lions' linebacker noticed a fan at BC Place wearing his old No. 50, so he called to the man and offered to replace the old jersey with his new one.
Bighill paid for the new uniform and signed it. The fan bought two more himself and Bighill autographed those, too. He says the free trade-in is a standing offer to anyone who bought his old jersey.
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