Selling merchandise featuring former players at clearance prices is a time-honored tradition for sports teams. When players leave in free agency, get traded, or get released, teams need to unload their inventories of jerseys and t-shirts somehow, and dropping the price is the best way to convince fans to still buy the merch.
But sometimes, the supply of these items dictates that strange things happen with the way they’re priced, and we are seeing that at the Packers Pro Shop right now.
Two wide receivers from last year’s Packers squad left this offseason: Jordy Nelson, who was released and signed with the Raiders, and Jeff Janis, who became an unrestricted free agent and landed with the Browns.


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