By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The Philadelphia Eagles are attempting to trademark ‘Philly Special,’ according to ESPN’s Darren Rovell. This was the Eagles special play that they used in the Super Bowl when third-string tight end Trey Burton threw a touchdown to Nick Foles on a critical fourth-down play.
Rovell also reported that there are several other parties, who has also filed for the same trademark. The Eagles, he said, would like to use it for merchandise sales.
Besides the Eagles, there are seven other groups, who have also filed for the trademark, according to Rovell. It’s not clear who filed for the trademark first.
More to come.
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