RG III one of the most popular as well as gifted athletes in the league.
Fresh from his impressive rookie season with the Washington Redskins, Robert Griffin III has set an NFL single-season jersey sales record.
Despite the exact numbers not being published by NFLShop.com, more of his No.10 jerseys were sold in the NFL fiscal year than any jersey in league history.
The reigning AP Offensive Rookie of the Year will be delighted by the record, another marker in his rapid rise in the league.
With his popularity undoubtedly helped by his style of play, Griffin threw for 3,200 yards, 20 touchdowns and just five interceptions. He completed 65.6% of his passes as well as rushing for 815 yards with seven scores, before a crushing knee injury brought his season to a premature end.
Both his personality off the field and his spirit on it make him one of the most popular individuals in the game, and that is reflected in these latest numbers.
RG III was followed by Peyton Manning in the top 10 top selling NFL jerseys, with Baltimore Ravens future Hall of Fame linebacker Ray Lewis making up the top three.
Colin Kaepernick took fourth place after his rise to prominence with the San Francisco 49ers saw him all the way to the Super Bowl in New Orleans, while New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady came in at number five.
With regards to team merchandise, the 49ers finished in first place, edging out the Ravens despite losing to Baltimore in the Super Bowl.
Top-selling NFL player Jerseys:
1. Robert Griffin III
2. Peyton Manning
3. Ray Lewis
4. Colin Kaepernick
5. Tom Brady
6. Andrew Luck
7. Aaron Rodgers
8. Victor Cruz
9. Eli Manning
10. Patrick Willis
11. Rob Gronkowski
12. J.J. Watt
13. Tim Tebow
14. Russell Wilson
15. Marshawn Lynch