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In case you’re not one of the cool kids who aare down with all the latest trends, “Kaepernicking” is the latest Internet fad.
And so, predictably, Colin Kaepernick is now looking to secure trademark rights for the term, following in the steps of Tim Tebow with “Tebowing.” From ESPN:
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office website shows the registration was filed on Jan. 14, and Kaepernick intends to use it on clothing, specifically T-shirts. [...]
Kaepernick’s marketing agent, Shawn Smith of X-A-M Sports, told ESPN.com that her team intends to file other trademarks on her client’s behalf.
Let’s be honest. “Kaepernicking” is just a fad. Like all other Internet-driven fads, save for Tebowing or planking, it has a short shelf life. It’ll be fun for maybe a couple more weeks, especially if the 49ers win the Super Bowl, but after that the NFL goes into its dead period. If it survives into next season, people will eventually grow tired or annoyed with the act. Remember when “Griffining” was
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San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has filed to trademark "Kaepernicking," which is kissing one's biceps in celebration.
Never underestimate the ingenuity, drive and entrepreneurial spirit of the American businessperson. Case in point: The enterprising owners of KaeperTat. Yep, any person who wants to be the coolest customer at the Super Bowl party they are attending can wow fellow party goers with temporary tattoos that mimic the real tattoos San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has inked...
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Don't go making any "Kaepernicking" T-shirts, as you could soon receive a cease and desist.
Colin Kaepernick has filed for a trademark on the term "Kaepernicking," which is his version of "Tebowing," according to ESPN. The San Francisco 49ers' quarterback celebrates touchdowns by lifting his right arm to his helmet, "kissing" his bicep...
Colin Kaepernick is taking the San Francisco 49ers to the Super Bowl. On February 3rd they will face off against the Baltimore Ravens.
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Bettors are putting a lot of money on San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick in Super Bowl XLVII. In fact, it's a good bet that Kaepernick could wind up as the player with with the most money wagered on him in prop bets in Super Bowl history, according to an ESPN.com report. Jimmy Vaccaro of William Hill said the money is pouring in on Kaepernick, who took over...
'San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has burst onto the NFL scene to help lead his team to a berth in the Super Bowl. But that isn't the only thing he has been up to lately. On Jan. 14, he reportedly filed for a trade to his signature pose with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.The colorful Kaepernick has created an internet craze called "Kaepernicking...
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The read option is the latest trend sweeping the NFL, thanks in large part to the success of quarterbacks like Colin Kaepernick, Russell Wilson, and RG III in the 2012 season. Whether the read option is simply a trend, or will become a staple of the league is yet to be known. But as we gear … Continue reading »
San Francisco 49ers Linebacker Patrick Willis and Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis may be friends off the field but they certainly will be enemies on the field come Sunday, Feb. 3 for Super Bowl XLVII.
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