Mac Jones, Patriots QB, files for trademark ‘MJ10’ for use on clothing

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Midfielder Mac Jones got off to a solid start in New England and now he’s looking to create a brand of his own, which is reminiscent of what a certain other quarterback with Patriots did before him. Just like the way brave cat already profiting from “TB12”, Jones is looking to turn “MJ10” into a thing.

According to MassLive, rookie has trademarked “MJ10” for use on “sweaters, hats, pants, shirts, shoes, socks, sweaters, track pants, tank tops, sports jackets, shirts sports, sports shorts, sports sweaters, long-sleeve shirts, long coats.”

At this point, Brady has turned TB12 into something much bigger than a tagline, as the company publishes diet books and creates supplements. Jones hasn’t arrived yet, but the “MJ10” rookie trade is definitely a start.

On the field, Jones gave the Patriots a record 8-4 lead and took first place in the AFC East. The first-round pick helped put the Patriots back on the playoff map after the team missed the final stretch of the season last year.

In New England, quarterbacks, or specifically a person, have a history of winning. So far so good for Jones – with the big games still pending. Another thing the quarterbacks have done in New England is create a strong brand and Jones is in the process of following in those footsteps. Mac Jones, Patriots QB, files for trademark ‘MJ10’ for use on clothing


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