The NFL released its list of top selling jerseys for the first quarter of the fiscal year, and the Dallas Cowboys are (not all that surprisingly) not all that well represented.
The numbers reflect jersey sales on NFL.com between April 1 and July 17 of this year, and the only Cowboy to crack the top 25 most was wide receiver Dez Bryant. Bryant came in at No. 15, between Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson (14) and Texans’ rookie Jadeveon Clowney (16).
The Cowboys might have had the No. 1 jersey on the list, if they’d have drafted Johnny Manziel with that 16th overall pick back in May--Manziel is on the top of the heap, beating out Seahawks’ quarterback Russell Wilson (2), 49ers’ quarterback Colin Kaepernick (3) and Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning (4).
Seahawks’ cornerback Richard Sherman rounds out the top five.
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