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Packers dominate NFL merchandise sales, too

They've conquered the football world, now the unbeaten Packers are cleaning up online. Green Bay leads all National Football League teams in merchandise sold on NFLShop.com, with Aaron Rodgers' name on the top-selling jersey. The Vikings? They're not in the top five for team sales or individual jersey sales.
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They've conquered the football world, now the unbeaten Packers are cleaning up online. Green Bay leads all National Football League teams in merchandise sold on NFLShop.com, with Aaron Rodgers' name on the top-selling jersey. The Vikings? They're not in the top five for team sales or individual jersey sales.

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