Josh Dobbs serves as the starting quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals, although a recent visit to the team store over the weekend might not have given that impression.
Dobbs shared a video on social media depicting his visit to the Cardinals’ team store, where he was seeking to purchase a jersey with his last name for his family.
Inside the store, he approached a jersey-ordering machine offering fans two options: either select a jersey of a current player on the team roster or create a custom jersey with a personalized name on the back, which is typically a pricier choice.
Dobbs initially chose to create a jersey of a current player, but when he selected “No. 9 Dobbs,” he found it conspicuously absent.
This situation could be seen as somewhat embarrassing, yet it became apparent that the team had not yet updated the machine to include his name, possibly because he was acquired by the team late in August. Arizona later confirmed that they had resolved this oversight.
In his inaugural season with the Cardinals, Dobbs played a pivotal role in securing a victory over the Dallas Cowboys in Week 3. The 28-year-old quarterback has accumulated 549 passing yards and 2 touchdowns this season, and now, fans can order his jersey from the team store.