football.jpgIPNews® – Jameis Winston, who is the likely number one NFL draft pick, is looking to trademark his nickname “Famous Jameis.”

Jameis Winston was nicknamed “Famous Jameis” long before his outstanding college football career.  Winston is hoping for a better rookie season than another recent heisman trophy winner, Johnny Manziel, who also sought trademark protection

football.jpgIPNews® – The USPTO has denied an investment firm’s trademark application for “Johnny Football,” paving the way for Johnny Football himself to use the name.

Johnny Manziel, winner of the 2012 Heisman Trophy , is seeking to federally protect the Johnny Football trademark through his company, JMAN2 Enterprises, LLC.  The win comes with the NFL

football.jpgIPNews® – Texas A&M freshman QB Johnny Manziel is working to trademark his “Johnny Football” nickname but he was beaten to the punch. 

Kenneth R. Reynolds Family Investments has already applied for the “Johnny Football” trademark for use in relation to athletic wear, footballs, and video games.  Due to NCAA rules, even if Johnny Manziel