Tua Tagovailoa Passes Tom Brady for Lead in NFL Jersey Sales


Tom Brady is taking a backseat to Tua Tagovailoa for the time being, at least when it comes to jersey sales.

Since the NFL Draft, nobody has a better selling uniform top than the new Dolphins quarterback, according to the NFL Shop's sales which is tracked by Fanatics.com. Tagovailoa has, in fact, the top two jerseys, his Miami aqua version outselling the rest of the NFL's options. Coming in at No. 3, 4 and 5 is a familiar name -- albeit in unfamiliar colors: three versions of Tom Brady's Buccaneers jerseys.

Somewhat surprisingly, the next top rookie in terms of jersey sales was the Cowboys CeeDee Lamb, who tops No. 1 overall pick Joe Burrow's uniform. Lamb is No. 6 with Burrow coming in at No. 7, while a fourth version of Brady's top slots in at No. 8.

Rob Gronkowski's Tampa Bay jerseys rank No. 10 and 11.

In terms of Patriots' jerseys, second-round pick Kyle Dugger is the most purchased New England uniform since the draft, with a notable name coming in at No. 2: Brady. 

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