NFL players have a special role in the marketing of their teams, with teams using them to promote their products and services.
In the NFL, the players’ reps use their influence with sponsors to help spread their brand, which often includes the promotion of a specific product or service.
Here are 10 NFL players who use their presence to promote products or services in their league.
Travis Kelce, RB, Washington Redskins: Kelce is the only player to have been a full-time player for his position, but he’s been a big part of the Redskins’ success since he joined the team in 2017.
Since Kelce joined the Redskins in 2018, he has been a part of five playoff teams and four Super Bowl champions.
He has earned a Pro Bowl selection, two All-Pro nods and three Pro Bowl MVP awards.
Kelce has earned more than $100 million in career earnings and has a net worth of $40 million.
DeMarco Murray, RB/WR, Dallas Cowboys: Murray has been the league’s most valuable wide receiver since entering the league in 2014.
Murray, who has 5,611 yards receiving and 18 touchdowns, is second in the league with 2,988 receiving yards and is second with 11,874 receiving yards.
He is tied for second in receptions with 1,084 and fourth with 18 touchdowns.
Murray is the first Cowboy to win back-to-back league titles since Dez Bryant in 2006 and 2007.
He also is the league leader in touchdowns with 24.
Murray also has a career receiving average of 23.5 yards per catch and is fourth in the NFL with a league-leading 21.6 yards per reception.
Julio Jones, RB , New Orleans Saints: Jones is the Saints’ leading receiver, having averaged 14.6 receptions per game and scoring 13 touchdowns.
He’s the league lead in receiving yards with 1.74 yards per route run.
Jones is also second in touchdowns and receiving yards per game with 5.3.
He leads the league among all receivers with 15,086 receiving yards on the season.
Jones also leads the NFL in receptions (9,958) and touchdowns (11).
He leads all NFL running backs with 895 rushing yards, sixth with 459 rushing yards and 11 rushing touchdowns.
Carson Palmer, QB, Arizona Cardinals: Palmer is third in the National Football League with a passer rating of 107.1.
He threw for 4,848 yards, 28 touchdowns and just three interceptions in 2017, including a season-high three in a Week 2 victory over the Minnesota Vikings.
He finished second in touchdown passes with 35 and fifth in passing yards with 2.934.
He had five consecutive games of at least 300 passing yards.
Palmer also was the first quarterback to pass for over 500 yards in his first five starts of the season, and was the NFL’s second-leading passer in rushing with 1:51 per carry.
Josh Doctson, WR, Washington, Cowboys: Doctson has become the Cowboys’ top receiver since joining the team after the 2018 season.
The rookie has been in the top-five in targets and receiving touchdowns in each of the past three seasons.
In 2017, he had 15 touchdowns in nine games.
Doctson caught four touchdowns in a win over the Detroit Lions in Week 6.
In 2018, Doctson had eight touchdowns in six games.
Brock Osweiler, QB , Denver Broncos: Osweilers last season was his first as a starter.
He was a first-team All-MVP in 2017 after throwing for 3,816 yards and 21 touchdowns.
Osweilers 2016 season was also his first season as a full backup.
Oswiler completed 60.6 percent of his passes for 3.8 yards per attempt, with seven touchdowns and five interceptions.
He led the NFL quarterbacks with 1) a 61.2 passer rating and 3) a 72.1 passer rating, respectively.
Oswellers season was the Broncos’ most productive season since Peyton Manning in 2012.
Oswiner completed a career-high 49.4 percent of the passes for 467 yards and seven touchdowns.
The Broncos also ranked second in passing efficiency.
Osworthers completion percentage was his highest since his rookie year with 6.5 percent.
Osinys passer rating is his highest in any season since Manning in 2016.
Rishard Matthews, WR , Dallas Cowboys, Dallas Texans: Matthews has become a top-10 wide receiver in each season of his career.
Matthews has been on a career high-tying 11 teams with 11 touchdowns in that span.
He ranks second in receiving touchdowns with 11.
Matthews also is second among wide receivers in receiving yardage with 1 of each, second in catches with 2 of each and fourth in receiving TDs with 6 of each.
Matthews is tied with Randall Cobb for fourth in receptions, tied for third in touchdowns,