Byron Leftwich jerseys in demand for Jaguars fans on team's official merchandise store

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Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Byron Leftwich (7) throws a completed pass to receiver Reggie Williams (not pictured) for a first down during the Jags' 24-17 victory over the Dallas Cowboys at Alltel Stadium in Jacksonville, Florida on Sunday, September 10, 2006. [Rick Wilson/Florida Times-Union]
Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Byron Leftwich (7) throws a completed pass to receiver Reggie Williams (not pictured) for a first down during the Jags' 24-17 victory over the Dallas Cowboys at Alltel Stadium in Jacksonville, Florida on Sunday, September 10, 2006. [Rick Wilson/Florida Times-Union]

The Jacksonville Jaguars have not offered the head coaching job to Byron Leftwich yet.

Leftwich's jersey doesn't rank among the top sellers yet, a spot held by franchise quarterback Trevor Lawrence, but sales are likely to soar if the Jaguars hire Leftwich, who is considered to be the frontrunner to land the job.

The Jaguars merchandise website has Leftwich jerseys priced at $119.99 and are available in either teal, white or black.

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Leftwich's throwback jerseys have also been a hot item on eBay since he emerged as a finalist to become the Jaguars' next head coach.

Leftwich has been the Jaguars' fan base's top choice from the start. He is a former seventh overall pick by the Jaguars in the 2003 draft, playing his first four seasons with the franchise and starting 44 of 46 games during the span. Leftwich eventually played 10 seasons in the NFL, which included three seasons as a backup quarterback with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

This article originally appeared on Florida Times-Union: Jaguars official merchandise story selling Byron Leftwich jerseys online

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