The NFL Salute to Service campaign is one of the most popular on a yearly basis and the league has launched the program for an 11th season this month. Since 2011, Salute to Service has helped generate $51 million to benefit the league's military nonprofit partners. It's a program that makes its mission to Honor, Empower and Connect military personnel and their families to needed services and you can buy all the latest Salute to Service gear at retailers now.

Players and coaches across the NFL will wear various camouflage and military-themed hats, hoodies and other gear to support the cause. The NFL is also selling commemorative jerseys in fatigue colors for stars like the Bills' Josh Allen, Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes and Seahawks' D.K. Metcalf as well as NFL legends like Walter Payton, Brian Dawkins and Teddy Bruschi.

One of the most popular options could be the jersey of former Arizona Cardinals safety and Army Ranger Pat Tillman. Tillman was a veteran of both the Iraq War and the war in Afghanistan and lost his life on April 22, 2004. His No. 40 jersey in olive green is a limited edition and the proceeds will continue to benefit the NFL's military charities.

The jerseys feature an American flag patch on the right sleeve, a camouflaged ribbon with an NFL logo on the left sleeve, the team name replicating the military nameplate on the right shoulder and the team logo on the left. The NFL is also selling commemorative hats, hoodies and t-shirts with camouflaged themes and team logos. See the 2021 Salute to Service Collection here.

The NFL does not profit from the sale of Salute to Service products. Charitable contributions are donated to the NFL's Salute to Service charitable partners.

October is the NFL's official Salute to Service month and this limited-edition NFL merchandise is only available for a short time. Honor our service members while supporting your favorite teams with these camo trucker hats, pullovers hoodies, jerseys, and more.

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