Brady Tops NFLPA Sales List

Tom Brady is once again the No. 1 top-selling NFL player on the National Football League Players Association’s Top 50 Player Sales List for Q3 2016.

April 6, 2018

Brady Tops NFLPA Sales List

NFLPA’s Q3 sales data shows Tom Brady has reclaimed the No. 1 sales spot.

Tom Brady is once again the No. 1 top-selling NFL player on the National Football League Players Association’s Top 50 Player Sales List for Q3 2016.

Brady, who was the top-ranked player at the end of 2015, reclaimed the top spot from Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant, who came in at the No. 3 spot on the list. Bryant had held the No. 1 spot for the first two quarters of 2016 and was the first non-quarterback to reach the top spot. Cowboys teammate and running back Ezekiel Elliott took the No. 2 spot in the rankings behind Brady.

Furthermore, quarterbacks were once again the most popular players on the list, with a total of six finding their way into the top 10. Philadelphia Eagles’ Carson Wentz (No. 5), Seattle Seahawks’ Russel Wilson (No. 6), Green Bay Packers’ Aaron Rodgers (No. 7), Cowboys’ Dak Prescott (No. 8) and Carolina Panthers’ Cam Newton (No. 10) filled in behind Brady.

Other key highlights from the NFLPA Top 50 Player Sales List include:

  • Brady led in overall jersey sales, with Odell Beckham Jr., Russell Wilson, Cam Newton and Rob Gronkowski rounding out the top five.
    • Brady (Michigan) led all collegiate sales of men’s Nike jerseys; Marcus Mariota (Oregon) led collegiate co-branded sales in Fathead wall decals; Ezekiel Elliott (Ohio State) and Mariota led sales in collegiate sports photo collectibles.
      • Brady led overall sales for OYO Sports toy construction toy figures, followed by Dak Prescott and Elliott.
        • Wentz became the new No. 1 seller for player-identified caps from New Era and Lids.
          • Wentz led sales of kids’ jerseys, fleece and t-shirts from Outerstuff.
            • Pet jerseys (sold via Fanatics) were led by Wentz, Gronkowski, Beckham Jr. and Brady.
              • Fanatics sales (including jerseys, apparel and headwear) were led by Prescott, Wentz and Elliott. Brady and Gronkowski rounded out the top five.
                • Antonio Brown, Beckham Jr., Brady, Miller and Wentz led jersey and apparel sales for Nike.
                  • J.J. Watt led sales in double-wall insulated drinkware from Williams iNdustry, Tervis and Dynamic Drinkware.

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