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Seeing green: Rodgers, Matthews have top-selling jerseys

They say nothing succeeds like success, and that's certainly true when it comes to the sale of NFL merchandise, as two Green Bay Packers enjoy the distinction of having the league's top-selling jerseys.

According to the NFL, from April 1 to July 31, Packers quarterback Rodgers, the MVP of Super Bowl XLV, and his teammate, linebacker Clay Matthews, held the top two spots in jersey sales for the league. Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu, whose team lost February's Super Bowl to Green Bay, was No. 3.

Last year at this time, the top-selling jersey belonged to Denver Broncos backup quarterback Tim Tebow, who was preparing to enter the league as a rookie. Tebow fell to No. 8 in the latest numbers.

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