For Kevin White, No. 13 has certainly been unlucky.
The Bears wideout couldn't wear his NFL number at all during his rookie season, thanks to a stress fracture in his shin that kept him sidelined, and only sported it four times in the 2016 season due to another leg injury.
White and the Bears will hope for more production in his third season, when he returns to a familiar jersey number.
To let newly acquired receiver Kendall Wright take No. 13, which he wore throughout his tenure with the Tennessee Titans, White has agreed to switch to No. 11.
The 24-year-old rocked No. 11 at West Virginia, where he pulled in 109 passes for 1,447 yards and 10 touchdowns during his senior campaign. His impressive numbers led Ryan Pace and the Bears to draft him seventh overall in the 2015 draft.
Maybe his number change will flip the mojo and boost Chicago's receiving core.