Larry Fitzgerald was one of four Arizona Cardinals players whose jerseys have been among the 100 bestsellers thus far in 2017.
Fitz comes in at No. 32 on the list provided by DICK'S Sporting Goods, down four spots from last season. He's followed closely by a pair of defensive stars, as cornerback Patrick Peterson is No. 42 and safety Tyrann Mathieu is No. 47.
Peterson and Mathieu cracked the top 50 after finishing 60th and 51st, respectively, last season. Peterson and Mathieu are No. 6 and 8, respectively, among defensive players.
Cards quarterback Carson Palmer's jersey is No. 64 overall, up 15 spots from last season. Overall, the Cardinals are 18th among all 32 NFL teams in jersey sales so far this year, down three spots from 2016.
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has the NFL's top-selling jersey thus far in 2017. Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott is No. 2, followed by Eagles QB Carson Wentz, Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott and Lions QB Matthew Stafford. Patriots tight end and Arizona Wildcats alum Rob Gronkowski is No. 7, right behind Broncos linebacker Von Miller.
A surprising snub from the top-100 list: Cardinals running back David Johnson, who led the NFL with 2,118 total yards from scrimmage last season.