Star Tribune columnist Gail Rosenblum passed along this photo from a friend, who saw these at the Target store near Southdale on Tuesday.

According to the friend who e-mailed Rosenblum, the jerseys were hanging on at least two racks. With their NFL-licensed tags dangling, several of the rookie quarterback’s g-less souvenir jerseys hung from the rack along a highly traveled aisle in the Edina store.

"There it was, and my proofreading skills jumped to the fore,” said Phil Tippin, of Minneapolis, explaining the moment the typographic fumble caught his eye. Read more from an updated story here.


Last month, the Colorado Rockies held a giveaway of 15,000 jerseys for star shortstop Troy Tulowitzki -- and left out a letter in his name.

The Rockies ended up going through with the giveaway, but have promised fans they could exchange the flawed shirts for new ones with the correct spelling.

For an update on this story, click here.

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