By Michael Terrill @MichaelTerrill on July 21, 2014
With NFL training camp starting soon, fans everywhere are gearing up for the season. Most notably, that means purchasing a new jersey of one’s favorite player. Here is a look at the top six selling NFL jerseys through the first quarter of the 2014 fiscal year.
St. Louis Rams defensive end Michael Sam, who is the first NFL player to be drafted after he openly admitted that he is homosexual, was selected in the seventh round of the 2014 NFL Draft.
Richard Sherman is a cornerback for the Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks. His big mouth and play that can back up his words makes him a fan favorite.
It’s no surprise to see Peyton Manning on this list. The signal caller has been one of the most popular players in the league for a long time.
The rise of the San Francisco 49ers under quarterback Colin Kaepernick is a big reason why he has the third-highest selling jersey.
Winning a Super Bowl, being named Rookie of the Year by several media outlets and going to two straight Pro Bowls in his first two seasons in the NFL is exactly what has made Russell Wilson so popular among fans.
Even though there’s a good chance Johnny Manziel won’t play in his rookie season, the Cleveland Browns quarterback has the highest selling jersey. It is the highest a Browns player has ever been on the list since the NFL began to keep track of the sale of a player’s jersey.
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