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Merchandise sales for the Minnesota Vikings are doing quite well thanks to two rising stars and an excellent 2017 season, with two players landing in the top 50.

One of the best ways to show your love for an NFL franchise is by wearing the team colors. For that reason, fans flock to buy hats, jerseys, jackets and other merchandise of franchises such as the Minnesota Vikings.

Each year the NFLPA keeps track of merchandise sales for each player and releases a report based on sales from March 1st through the end of February and release a list ranking the 50 top-selling players in the league.

Here are the two Vikings players included in the article shared by the NFLPA titled Tom Brady Returns To No. 1 Spot On Year-End NFLPA Top 50 Player Sales List:

#21. Adam Thielen

The first 1,000-yard receiver for the Vikings since Sidney Rice makes his debut on the list in a big way, jumping all the way up to the #21 spot after not appearing on the list last season. By now, fans know Thielen’s rise from undrafted free agent to starting wide receiver, so seeing him on this list is truly a great story.
#32. Stefon Diggs

It’s no surprise to see Diggs in this spot. The explosive pass-catcher is a threat to break a huge play any time the ball gets in his hands. However, his visibility and popularity likely hit an all-time high following the Minneapolis Miracle where he caught a walk-off touchdown pass from Case Keenum to win their Divisional Round matchup against the New Orleans Saints.

The Vikings have consistently had 2-3 players on the top-selling list for the past several seasons despite being considered a somewhat small-market team compared to teams like the Giants, Patriots, and Cowboys. They were ranked #18 in market size by Forbes for 2017.

There are some teams who don’t have a single player in the top 50. The Washington Redskins, Indianapolis Colts, Tennessee Titans, Jacksonville Jaguars, Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens, New York Jets, and Buffalo Bills each have no representation on the list.

Congratulations to Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen for earning a place in the top 50 of the NFLPA merchandise sales list as well as the Minnesota Vikings for setting the stage to allow these two individuals to shine.

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After back-to-back, full-workload days, the only thing between Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen and his return to the football field is a couple of nights’ sleep.

“Yeah, the response obviously to putting this much volume on it two days in a row is the concern,” said Olsen on Thursday afternoon.

“But we’ve had no indications that it’s going to be a problem. So as far as I’m concerned right now, just trying to get my legs under me a bit, get that football movement stuff going a little bit. But yeah, I’m doing well.”

Olsen also does not expect his in-game workload to differ any from when he was healthy. He said he is preparing as if he will get a “normal” amount of looks.

“I always anticipate that I’m going to play every snap, just from a mindset standpoint,” he said. “And however the game plays out is fine.”

Carolina could officially activate Olsen off of injured reserve at any time before Sunday. Final injury reports for the week come out on Friday, and actives and inactives are released 90 minutes before the start of each game.

But barring a setback, it seems Olsen will suit up for the first time since he broke his foot in Week 2.

What might be a little more concerning is nickel cornerback Captain Munnerlyn’s illness. If it were a one-day absence, Rivera might not be worried, but Munnerlyn missed a second consecutive workout on Thursday.

There is no go-to option at backup nickel for Munnerlyn, as draft pick Corn Elder and undrafted free agent pickup Cole Luke are both on injured reserve and are not designated for return.

Corner Kevon Seymour might play the position if Munnerlyn is unable, or Carolina may stick with linebacker Shaq Thompson in the hybrid “Buffalo” nickel role throughout Sunday’s game against the New York Jets.

Panthers starting center Ryan Kalil and backup Tyler Larsen were also limited, although Larsen was more a precautionary move.

Quarterback Cam Newton was also limited for a second day, with soreness in his right thumb. He has been wearing a fingerless compression glove on his throwing hand.

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A post that we used to do weekly here on The Phinsider has not made an appearance yet this year, but it is time to fix that now. We used to ask each week for a player off the opposing team’s roster that you would want to steal and put on the Miami Dolphins’ roster. Since this week is the Dolphins’ second contest against the New York Jets, we ask, what starter from the Jets’ roster would you steal to bring to the Dolphins?

My choice is going to be Muhammad Wilkerson. Adding a defensive tackle may be a bit gluttonous, given the Dolphins have Ndamukong Suh, Jordan Phillips, Davon Godchaux, and Vincent Taylor on the defensive line’s interior, along with Cameron Wake, Andre Branch, Charles Harris, William Hayes, and Terrence Fede on the outside, but adding a player like Wilkerson would be a huge bonus to the team. Suh and Wilkerson lined up inside, with Phillips and Godchaux rotating into the game gives the Dolphins a ton of talent to disrupt the middle of the line of scrimmage – exactly what the team needs to do to beat Tom Brady and the New England Patriots later this year.

Wilkerson is not the only choice, however. There are several other players who could be on the radar, with examples including safety Jamal Adams, tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins, running back Bilal Powell, or cornerback Morris Claiborne.

Who would you take from the Jets?