The NFL clubs honor their biggest stars by retiring their shirt numbers after retirement. The latest example: The Washington Football Team never again assigns the shirt number 21. This was worn by Safety Sean Taylor, who played for the then Washington Redskins in the 2000s. In 2007, the former pro bowler tragically died when he was shot and killed in a break-in at his home. Before the game against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday from 7 p.m. in the livestream on ran.de, the award will take place. In addition, a street leading to Washington’s FedEx Field will be renamed Sean Taylor Road. Taylor’s shirt number 21 is only the third in the club’s 89-year history and will no longer be awarded. ran shows which numbers are no longer assigned to the various teams.