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49ers Colin Kaepernick, Patrick Willis Popular Choice for NFL Jersey Sales

Posted Jul 22, 2014

Where does the San Francisco 49ers quarterback rank among the NFL's top-selling jerseys? Find out here.

Turn off your alarm. It's time for a Niners Daily.

Kap Jersey Sells

The top-selling NFL jersey from April 1 to July 17, 2014 belongs to Johnny Manziel, the rookie quarterback of the Cleveland Browns. Second on the list was the Seahawks quarterback.

At No. 3, San Francisco signal-caller Colin Kaepernick. Patrick Willis checked in at 22 on the list.

Buy your Kap and Willis jerseys here in time for the 2014 season.

And check out the 49ers quarterback "doing things." It's clickable, trust me.

HBD, Stevie

San Francisco wideout Stevie Johnson will blow out 28 birthday candles tonight. Here's a picture of him on the @49ers Instagram account:

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The Vault

It was July, 2011.

The NFL work stoppage of the '11 offseason ended. Jim Harbaugh finally had players to work with as he started his first season of a five-year contract. San Francisco took the field as a team under Harbaugh's leadership and the organization has thrived ever since.

Why do we bring this up? Because we're going to showcase some relevant throwback content here at Niners Daily. This is "The Vault."

This is what happened at the team's first Harbaugh-led practice:

"Perhaps the most noticeable sight of Harbaugh’s first practice had to do with fashion. The team hit the practice fields with game jerseys on and will remain wearing them throughout the season in an effort to make practices game-like. When the team has walk-throughs or practices with shells, they will utilize their old practice jerseys with shorts. Veterans and rookies were in favor of the change. Said Vernon Davis, “I like it. It will make things game-like. That’s what we need around here.”

Yes, it was.