NFL teams have been a perennial topic of debate for a while now, with the league recently making its official stance on player welfare clear.

But for those who are unfamiliar with the NFL, it’s a league that allows players to have up to $15,000 in savings accounts that they can use to buy merchandise.

That means that for players who don’t want to put all of that money toward a jersey or a pair of socks, they can have a little bit of extra money left over for merchandise.

And with a growing trend of players taking a few dollars per week to make their living, there’s always a market for players to find a way to earn extra cash.

Here are some NFL players who might be able to save some money with their jersey sales.

This year, the Seattle Seahawks have a few free agents they could use as a way for their players to earn some extra money.

Seattle has an abundance of defensive players, including DeMarcus Ware, Earl Thomas and Marshawn Lynch, so it’s unlikely that the Seahawks would be using those players to make some money off of their jersey business.

But they could still use some of their free agents to get some extra cash for their team.

The Seattle Seahawks, who have the NFL’s best record, have been able to keep their cap space relatively low, so there is some incentive to try to make as much money as possible.