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Carl Nassib’s NFL jersey sales are on the rise after the Las Vegas footballer announced he was gay last week. Nassib, who plays for the Raiders, had the best-selling jersey, No.94, on Monday and Tuesday across all Fanatics-owned clothing sites, according to the company. The jersey sells for $ 120. It’s not just Nassib’s jersey …

Ahead of each new NFL season, fans flock to athletic stores and shopping websites to purchase their favorite team’s jerseys. Some choose their favorite player while others decide to go get the rookies. Some fans buy a new jersey because their favorite player is leaving the team. Bigger fan bases sell more jerseys and not …

(CBS News) – Sales of Carl Nassib’s jersey jump after the Las Vegas Raider this week became the first active NFL player to say he is gay. Nassib’s No.94 jersey was the best-selling soccer jersey Monday and Tuesday across all Fanatics-owned sportswear websites, the company said, while declining to disclose sales details. The jersey was …

Top line Since becoming gay, the Las Vegas Raider Carl Nassib jersey has been the best-selling NFL gear on Fanatics, according to ESPN. Las Vegas Raiders defensive end Carl Nassib in a football game against the Los Angeles Chargers … [+] in 2020. ASSOCIATED PRESS Highlights Fans picked up more defensive lineman jerseys from the …

In the 24 hours since Carl Nassib became the first active NFL player to go gay, the Las Vegas Raiders defensive end’s jersey has been the best-selling item in the league, according to Fanatics. Nassib, 28, made the announcement Monday in a video posted to Instagram from his home in West Chester, Pa. In the …

Within 24 hours since Carl Nassib became the first active NFL player to come out as gay, the Las Vegas Raiders defensive end jersey was the league’s best-selling item, according to Fanatics. Nassib, 28, made the announcement Monday in a video posted to Instagram from his home in West Chester, Pennsylvania. In the video, Nassib …

An NFL rule change in April gave players more options for how many they can wear on the court – but it comes at a price, literally. Some players jump at the chance to revert to their beloved college numbers or mix them up in some other way, while Tom Brady says he’s opposed to …