Desmond Bishop: My Super Bowl jersey was stolen

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No. 59 is looking for No. 55.

Desmond Bishop, who is trying to win a job with the Vikings linebacker corps, says someone has swiped his Super Bowl jersey.

It's the one he wore a few years back when the Packers beat the Steelers in SBXLV.

Here's his tweet, detailing his missing shirt:

Meanwhile, Bishop -- who wears No. 59 for the Purple -- is telling Vikings.com that he "feels good" following Friday's game in Buffalo.

"I love everything about the defense," Bishop said. "It's really fun to be a part of all this."

Bishop, who had a sack against the Bills, is expected to see extended playing time Sunday night in San Francisco.

Defensive coordinator Alan Williams said Bishop played well, but still has room "to get better."

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