Steelers among leaders in NFL merchandise
Ben, Steelers Among NFL's Top Merch Sellers
UPDATED: 3:28 pm EDT June 8, 2005
PITTSBURGH -- Randy Moss' new Oakland jersey was the best selling shirt in the National Football League for the past fiscal year.
Michael Vick's Atlanta jersey was the second-best seller for the second straight year. New England's Tom Brady was third, Donovan McNabb of Philadelphia was fourth, and Pittsburgh's Ben Roethlisberger was fifth.
The rest of the top 10, in order, was LaDainian Tomlinson of San Diego; Byron Leftwich of Jacksonville; Tampa Bay's Carnell Williams; and Jeremy Shockey and Tiki Barber of the New York Giants.
In team merchandise sales, the NFC Champion Philadelphia Eagles were No. 1, followed by Super Bowl champion New England at No. 2 and Pittsburgh at No. 3. Oakland, Green Bay, Dallas, Denver, Chicago, the New York Giants and Kansas City rounded out the top 10.