Tom Brady is trying to trademark just about everything he can before he steps foot on the football field for his new team.
Last month, it was reported that six-time Super Bowl champion’s agency, Yee & Dubin Sports, filed a trademark for “TB X TB.”
He was just getting started.
On Friday, Josh Gerben from the Gerben Law Firm reported the news via Twitter that Brady has filed a pair of trademarks to celebrate his new NFL home. Those trademarks are for the phrases “Tompa Bay” and “Tampa Brady.”
“[The filings] indicate that Tom’s company has an intent to use the Tompa Bay and Tampa Brady marks in association with clothing, headwear, and footwear,” Gerben said. “In the guts of the application, Tom Brady himself signed a sworn declaration that he has a bona fide intent to use the trademark in association with these goods.”
Darren Rovell added that The Dan Patrick Show had been selling Tompa Bay shirts.
Brady’s merchandise has already been flying off the shelves, so why not cash in on this.