List Of Top 10 Selling NFL Jerseys Is Full Of New Names

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The National Football League has announced the Top 10 selling jerseys in the month of April and the list is filled with new names.

The #1 selling NFL jersey in the month of April, perhaps unsurprisingly, is the green #8 New York Jets jersey, which now belongs to Aaron Rodgers, who was traded to Gang Green in the offseason.

Coming in at second and third place are the two quarterbacks who featured in the most recent Super Bowl, Jalen Hurts (green) and Patrick Mahomes.

The fourth highest-selling jersey of the month is another familiar face in a new place: Odell Beckham Jr’s jersey with the Baltimore Ravens (purple). In fifth and sixth place are two stalwarts: Josh Allen of the Buffalo Bills (blue) and Travis Kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs (red).

The seventh highest-selling jersey is a player who has likely never been on the list before: Jordan Love, the new starting quarterback of the Green Bay Packers.

In eighth is Vikings wide receiver Justin Jefferson (purple), who is then followed by Dallas Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons (blue) — the first defensive player on the list — in ninth. In tenth place is another first-timer, Carolina Panthers rookie signal-caller Bryce Young (black).

All told, the Top 10 selling jerseys in the NFL in the month of April are made up of four new jerseys: Aaron Rodgers on the Jets, Odell Beckham Jr. on the Ravens, Jordan Love on the Packers, and Bryce Young on the Panthers.

The most surprising omission from the list is probably Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow, who has become one of the faces of the league as he’s led the previously moribund franchise to two AFC Championship appearances in his first three seasons. Obviously, had future Hall of Fame quarterback Tom Brady not retired during the offseason, he’d likely be on this list, too.

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