It was the latest in a long line of high-profile ads featuring athletes who have made their living from the commercialization of sports.
This week, the Associated Press reported on the sales of the NFL’s new uniforms for the 2017 season.
But the biggest story in the new jerseys is a $7 million ad that is likely to be a hit for ad agencies, particularly as a new generation of athletes is getting their first exposure to the NFL in person.
The ad was paid for by the New York Giants, the first NFL team to wear the jerseys in their uniforms.
The ad was released during the NFL season, but is now expected to have a significant impact on the league’s commercial revenues, given the popularity of the jerseys.
The ad begins with a shot of the Giants’ logo with the words “New Jersey” and a picture of a smiling, smiling man wearing the jersey.
It then cuts to a shot from the back of a car in the parking lot of a Manhattan strip club.
The car is driven by a woman with the caption “Hey, you guys, the Giants are on their way to New Jersey!”
She then jumps in the car and drives off, driving off to the club, and the shot of her driving off is then replaced with a second shot of a man with the Giants logo and the caption, “New York Giants.”
The new jerseys cost $200 apiece.
The Giants are one of the league�s biggest advertisers, and they�re not the only team that sells the jerseys to advertisers.
The NFL�s commercial arm, ProFootballTalk, has a deal with Adidas for $5.7 million per year, according to ESPN.
The deals with Adidas are for the jerseys for the 2018 and 2019 seasons, according, and also for the 2020 season.
The new uniforms were created by ad agency Adani.
The ads were paid for with advertising dollars from the Giants and NFL, according the AP.
The NFL and Adidas were not immediately available for comment.