The Los Angeles Rams have quite a few superstar players on their roster, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that they aren’t having any trouble pushing out merchandise.
With the 2022 regular season steadily approaching, it’s been revealed that the Rams have three players inside the top six in the NFLPA’s merchandise sales list.
Preseason NFLPA Top 50 Player Sales List: pic.twitter.com/45XPGs6rkF
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 29, 2022
The three players to crack the top six in merchandise sales are Cooper Kupp at No. 3, Aaron Donald at No. 5, and Matthew Stafford at No. 6. And if you count Odell Beckham Jr., the Rams technically have four players in the top 16 in merchandise as people are likely still buying his jersey from the Rams, which is a risky move given the fact he’s still a free agent.
The time frame for the preseason top 50 NFLPA merchandise sales list is from March 1 to May 31 of this year.
There’s no doubt that winning a Super Bowl has drastically increased the sales of each player on the Rams in recent months.
While Jalen Ramsey failed to make the top 20 list in merchandise sales, he is the only other member of the Rams to make the top 50 list besides Kupp, Donald, and Stafford, with the 37th most sales. The positive note for Ramsey is that he has the most merchandise sales among all defensive backs and he has the fifth-most sales among all defensive players.
Another interesting tidbit is that Stafford and Kupp are near the top in framed memorabilia sold by Highland Mint, along with Tom Brady, Patrick Mahomes, and Aaron Rodgers.
Most of the framed memorabilia featuring Stafford and Kupp likely include their clutch connections from the team’s final three postseason games.
Seeing that training camps are well underway across the NFL, jersey and memorabilia sales should continue to skyrocket for the reigning Super Bowl champions.