Aaron Donald is only Rams player in NFL’s top 50 for merchandise sales

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Cameron DaSilva
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The NFLPA released its list of the top 50 players in merchandise sales from March 1, 2020 to Feb. 28, 2021 and only one member of the Los Angeles Rams made the cut. Aaron Donald checked in at No. 32, sandwiched between Kyler Murray (31) and Khalil Mack (33).

Neither the Rams’ current nor former quarterback appeared on the list as both Matthew Stafford and Jared Goff ranked outside the top 50.

Todd Gurley was No. 49, however, after signing with the Falcons as a free agent last spring. He’s once again a free agent, but fans bought a ton of his Falcons jerseys last year despite knowing it would likely only be a one-year stint.

It’s somewhat surprising that Jalen Ramsey didn’t crack the top 50 as the Rams’ second-best player. He just finished his first full season in L.A. and earned All-Pro honors, so perhaps fans will buy more of his jerseys after signing a long-term extension – and especially if he switches to No. 2 like he hopes to.

At the top of the list was Bucs QB Tom Brady, followed by Patrick Mahomes, Lamar Jackson, Tua Tagovailoa and Aaron Rodgers.