Found July 28, 2013 on The Sports Post:
JUICE THIS is going back-to-school shopping for jerseys. We're also going to dissect America's (Not No. 1) Team and check in on all the 'love' Aaron Hernandez is not getting, but should be. Hey, Ryan Braun is. *** JERSEY CITY Colin Kaepernick's Miami Dolphins jersey is apparently the No. 1 seller in the league right now. Brian Urlacher's old No. 54 is the 10th-best seller, but we need to double-check that because it's likely overrated. Aaron Rodgers's is No. 9, but it's very, very dirty. Lots of grass stains. Tom Brady's is seventh, but Gisele is working on an over-the-shoulder redesign. Ryan Tannehill is No. 6 and we have absolutely no f**king idea why. Speaking of Kaepernick, can't understand why he's in ESPN's 'V Foundation' promo, because compared to the other athletes who appear, he's a punk. *** THE GREAT AMERICAN TEAM With the Cowboys having brought in Bill Callahan as offensive coordinator, Monte Kiffin a...
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