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Robert Griffin III
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Robert Griffin III has taken the NFL by storm in his rookie season with the Washington Redskins. Not only has the Heisman Trophy winner excited the league with his play on the field, but he has won the hearts of the fans as well, who have helped make his jersey the No. 1 seller in the NFL from the time he was drafted through the Thanksgiving Weekend games.
RG3 is the No. 1 jersey as a rookie, which is impressive, considering some of the other elite players he beat out in this category. Peyton Manning comes in at No. 2 with his new Denver Broncos jersey, followed by Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers at No. 3.
Here is a look at the complete top 10 list.
1. Robert Griffin III – QB – Washington Redskins
2. Peyton Manning – QB – Denver Broncos
3. Aaron Rodgers – QB – Green Bay Packers
4. Eli Manning – QB – New York Giants
5. Tom Brady – QB – New England Patriots
6. Andrew Luck – QB – Indianapolis Colts
7. Victor Cruz – WR – New York Giants
8. Tim Tebow – QB – New York Jets
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From April 1 to Nov. 27, 2012 -- RGIII has the top selling NFL jersey
1. Robert Griffin III -- Redskins
2. Peyton Manning -- Broncos
3. Aaron Rodgers -- Packers
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