IPNews® – The Pittsburgh Steelers have amicably resolved their trademark infringement suit against a man accused of making foreign language knockoffs of the NFL team’s iconic Terrible Towel rally towels.

Nicholas Rossi was allegedly selling the knockoffs via eBay and the website of a Long Beach, California sporting goods store. The Terrible Towel trademarks are owned by and meant to benefit a nonprofit foundation that supports a Pennsylvania school for intellectually and developmentally disabled individuals. To continue reading, click: Steelers Drop “Terrible Towel” Trademark Suit