News

April 26, 2016

Jarryd Hayne a top 50 NFL merchandise seller

Email    Print Friendly and PDF

Results released from the NFL Players Association have revealed that Jarryd Hayne is one of the NFL’s top 50 merchandise sellers.

The former Parramatta Eels star came in 43rd out of the top 50 players who generated the most sales of officially licensed NFL merchandise for the period of March 1, 2015 to February 29, 2016.

Hayne moved more merchandise than other well known stars including New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis, San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers and Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy.

The top seller was New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. After Brady, quarterbacks made up the top four positions with recently retired Denver Broncos star Peyton Manning, Seattle Seahawks’ Russell Wilson and Aaron Rodgers from the Green Bay Packers rounding out the top four.

The NFLPA list covers jerseys plus an array of other products, including t-shirts, figurines and toys.

Source: ABC


0 Comments


Be the first to comment!


You must be logged in to post a comment.

Scroll to the top of the page to login using your Facebook or Twitter account.
Alternatively, Login or Register here.



a-league-2016-17-summer-campaign
FFA confirms six year A-League broadcast deal with Fox Sports By Sports Business Insider at December 20, 2016
Apparel company BLK reportedly in receivership By Sports Business Insider at November 16, 2016
NAB take the naming rights to AFL Women’s League By Sports Business Insider at October 11, 2016
Australian Rugby Union’s wicked problem By Sports Business Insider at April 19, 2017
Jaro continues to go from strength to strength in 2017 By Sports Business Insider at April 11, 2017
Rising Pune Supergiants Logo
Part 3: Nick Tsaousidis – An Aussie in India! By Sports Business Insider at March 16, 2017
Part 2: Nick Tsaousidis – An Aussie in India! By Sports Business Insider at March 2, 2017
Nick Tsaousidis – An Aussie in India! By Sports Business Insider at February 24, 2017
AFC Logo (2012_3x2)
Reigning AFC Champions League winners banned from the 2017 tournament By Sports Business Insider at January 19, 2017
San Diego Chargers expected to relocate back to LA By Sports Business Insider at January 12, 2017
NHL looks to increase presence in China By Sports Business Insider at January 10, 2017