NFL jersey sales ranking: Tua Tagovailoa tops the list, with Tom Brady’s Buccaneers jerseys also in high demand


It’s safe to say that Miami Dolphins fans are thrilled to have Tua Tagovailoa as their franchise quarterback. After searching for Dan Marino’s successor for more than two decades, Miami fans hope Tagovailoa, the fifth overall pick in this year’s draft, can emulate Marino’s impact on the franchise while helping the Dolphins return to the upper level of the league.

Given the excitement in Miami over their rookie quarterback, it should come as no surprise to see Tagovailoa’s name at the top of the list of best-selling NFL jerseys. Tagovailoa’s # 1 aqua jersey is currently # 1 on the league’s best-selling jerseys, followed by his white Dolphins jersey. Tom Brady, one of the “other” quarters of Sunshine State, continues to have one of the best-selling jerseys in the NFL after moving from New England to Tampa Bay earlier this offseason. His Buccaneers jerseys represent half of the 10 best-selling jerseys in the league.

Here’s a look at the full list of the top 10 best-selling NFL jerseys:

1. Tua Tagovailoa (Dolphins aqua)

2. Tua Tagovailoa (White dolphins)

3. Tom Brady (Alternative Steam Buccaneers in Tin)

4. Tom Brady (Buccaneers white vapor)

5. Tom Brady (Red Buccaneers)

6. Tom Brady (Buccaneers red vapor)

7. Rob Gronkowski (alternate tin buccaneers)

8. Joe Burrow (Black Bengals)

9. Rob Gronkowski (Red Buccaneers)

ten. Tom Brady (alternate buccaneers tin)

The only players not named Tua or Brady in the top 10 of most jersey sales are Bengals rookie quarterback Joe Burrow and Buccaneers tight end Rob Gronkowski. Burrow, the number 1 pick in the repechage, also has the 11th and 18th best-selling jerseys. Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert, sixth overall in the repechage, has the 12th best-selling jersey in the league.

Cowboys receiver CeeDee Lamb and Broncos receiver Jerry Jeudy are the only other recruits to break into the top 20 in jersey sales. Lamb, 17th overall, has the 14th best-selling jersey in the league. Jeudy, the third receiver of this year’s draft, is 18th. While Jeudy will wear No. 10 in Denver (which was recently worn by former Broncos catcher Emmanuel Sanders), Lamb will wear No. 88, a number previously worn in Dallas by Drew Pearson, the Hall of Famer Michael Irvin and Dez Bryant.

The best-selling jersey worn by a defensive player belongs to the Redskins Chase Young. Choice number 2 in the repechage, Young has the 24th best-selling jersey in the league. Young is right ahead of rookie Raiders (and number 12 overall) Henry Ruggs III, the first receiver selected in this year’s draft.

Several other recruits have jerseys that are among the top 40. These players include Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts (# 30), Packers Jordan Love quarterback (# 32), Steelers wide receiver Chase Claypool (# 33), cornerback Lions Jeff Okudah (No. 34), 49ers defensive lineman Javon Kinlaw (No. 36), Jaguars cornerback CJ Henderson (No. 37), Falcons cornerback AJ Terrell (No. 38) and Colts repelling Jonathan Taylor (# 39).


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