Where does Dallas Cowboys rookie CeeDee Lamb ’88’ rank in NFL jersey sales?


FRISCO – Apparently a lot of Dallas Cowboys fans want to get into “The 88 Club” as well.

According to NFL Shop, just weeks after the NFL Draft, CeeDee Lamb’s No.88 jersey was the 14th best-selling jersey in the official league store.

What kind of class does that put the University of Oklahoma product in? Right up there with established stars like new veteran Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady (with six versions of his new Bucs jersey) and reunited teammate Rob Gronkowski (with two jersey versions).

Brady is arguably the biggest name in the NFL and his change from the New England Patriots makes his jersey one of the most natural hot items. Gronk, coming out of retirement? Same thing. In total, Tampa Bay was home to seven of the NFL’s top 10 selling jerseys.

It also makes sense that rookie quarterbacks Tua Tagovailoa (now Miami Dolphins) and Joe Burrow (now Cincinnati Bengals) are ranked well.

But Lamb, at the end of May, placed ahead of other rookie receivers Jerry Jeudy (Denver Broncos) and Henry Ruggs III (Las Vegas Raiders).

If Lamb is performing at a high level, he can probably be expected to maintain a high perch for some time. In 2019, the top five jersey sellers included a pair of Cowboys. Brady was No. 1. Kansas City’s Patrick Mahomes was No. 2, with Ezekiel Elliott (3) and Dak Prescott (5) joining Chicago’s Khalil Mack (4) among the most popular players.


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