Jackson Files Trademarks After End Of Ravens Season

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RadioOnFire.com – Days after the 2019 season came to a heartbreaking end, Baltimore Ravens Lamar Jackson filed for several trademarks related to his career and his eye-opening season.

Thursday, Jan. 16, Jackson filed to trademark “Not bad for a running back,” “Truzz” and “You’re going to get a bowl out of me, believe that!”

“Not bad for a running back” was Jackson’s response to critics after the Week 1 rout of the Miami Dolphins, in which he completed 17 of 20 passes for 324 yards and five touchdowns.

“Truzz” is a variant of “truss” or “big truss,” slang from Jackson and wide receiver Marquise Brown’s native South Florida that became used as a rallying cry by the Ravens and fans.

“You’re going to get a bowl out of me, believe that,” is derived from what Jackson told Deion Sanders after he was drafted: “They’re going to get a Super Bowl out of me, believe that.” The NFL zealously protects its trademark of the phrase “Super Bowl.”

Jackson is in Orlando this weekend, practicing for Sunday’s Pro Bowl.

Source WBAL

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