The data compliled the best-selling jerseys from April 1 – July 17 and Wilson’s was the 2nd-best selling jersey while Sherman’s was the 5th-best selling jersey in the NFL.
The top-selling jersey belongs to an NFL player who hasn’t played a down in the league yet — Cleveland Browns rookie QB Johnny Manziel.
Manziel was followed by Wilson, then two other quarterbacks in jersey sales, according to this graphic from ESPN.com.
That made five Seahawks jerseys in the top-20, the most of any NFL team.
The April 1 – July 17 timeline represents the first quarter of the league’s fiscal year.
The jersey sales documented are all courtesy of NFLShop.com and do not reflect the jerseys sold elsewhere.
Seattle’s jerseys will be seen in full force throughout the nation when the season kicks off on Sept. 4.
Expect to see a sea of Seahawk blue and lime green at CenturyLink Field this year, especially since there literally won’t be an empty seat in the house this year.
The Seahawks announced on Monday that the team is sold out of regular season tickets for the 2014 season.
The team also released this statement regarding ticket sales:
The club capped season-ticket memberships at 63,000, the most in franchise history. The Blue Pride season ticket wait list, which gives fans the option to purchase future season tickets, is also sold out with 12,000 memberships. This year’s season ticket renewal rate of 99% is also the highest in franchise history.
There are still limited tickets available for this year’s preseason games, which begin on Aug. 7.
Just a few more weeks, 12s.
The quest to repeat is just around the corner.
Seahawks tickets are the most expensive on the secondary market this season. Read more here.