This is a regular series which combines my passion for trading cards with my interest in celebs.
Mick Jagger is a first ballot unanimous Hall of Famer. His musical career spans 40+ years. During the 'Tattoo You' tour, he wore the Eagles #21 jersey for several concerts. Why #21? I don't know why, but it belonged to John Sciarra. It seems an odd combination. I see Jagger more as a Roman Gabriel, but it is his choice and it is good enough to get him on a Celebrity Jersey Card, but I still say his position would be quarterback.
I am not a huge fan of Stephen Stills, but he is also a Hall of Fame musician. If I may borrow feature from 30-Year Old Cardboard, did you know that Stills tried out for the Monkees, but couldn't take the part due to a record contract. He then recommended his friend, Peter Tork. I am not sure of the significance of his #22. Clarence R. Scott would be the most famous #22 for the Browns, but I can't believe that is the reason Stills is wearing it. Actually Stills owns several Browns jerseys, bearing several numbers. Only one was needed, however, for Stills to merit a Celebrity Jersey Card.