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Russell Wilson passes Tom Brady for best-selling NFL jersey following trade to Broncos

Denver Broncos fans are thrilled to have Russell Wilson as their new quarterback and they are showing their excitement by buying No. 3 jerseys. A lot of No. 3 jerseys.To get more news about custom nfl jersey , you can visit official website.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady, who recently announced he was calling off his retirement ad coming back to the NFL, had the highest selling NFL jersey on the market, but the key word here is "had." Brady has been dethroned
Since his trade from the Seattle Seahawks earlier in March, Wilson passed TB12 as the top-selling jersey, a Fanatics representative told TMZ Sports. People were flooding to buy Brady jerseys after he announced he will in fact be coming back for a 23rd season, but even as major of an announcement as that, Wilson still took the top spot.

Wilson was introduced as the offensive leader of the Broncos on Wednesday and he expressed his excitement for the opportunity ahead. He said, "It's an honor, it's a gift" to play for Denver.

Before his trade to Mile High City, Wilson spent his entire career in Seattle. In his 10 years with the Seahawks, he went to two Super Bowls -- winning one -- and was a nine-time Pro Bowler

With the NFL quarterback carousel finally starting to slow down, the teams in the mix to select a first-round signal-caller are quite clear.

The Panthers are still set to start 2022 with the erratic Sam Darnold; the Falcons signed Raiders backup Marcus Mariota after trading away Matt Ryan; and the Seahawks received Broncos enigma Drew Lock in the blockbuster deal for Russell Wilson. All of these clubs possess top 10 picks, and no one would blame any of them if they gambled on a rookie based on what they have now.

Seattle currently has the lowest pick of the three, but in this mock draft, head coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider take matters into their own hands, leapfrogging the Panthers and Falcons to snag the first passer off the board. Elsewhere, the Chargers give up more draft capital for offensive line help, while both Ohio State wide receivers go in the top 10. Now let's get started!

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