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Ravens QB Lamar Jackson files trademark for famous draft-night vow

Columnist Mike Preston gives his final grades for the Ravens' season. (Kevin Richardson/Baltimore Sun video)

Despite failing to lead the Ravens to a postseason victory for the second straight season, quarterback Lamar Jackson is still confident he’ll bring a championship back to Baltimore.

So confident that he’s filing a trademark for his famous draft-night vow.

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A trademark for “YOU ARE GOING TO GET A BOWL OUT OF ME, BELIEVE THAT!” was filed in Jackson’s name on Jan. 16, five days after the Ravens were eliminated from the playoffs at home by the Tennessee Titans.

When Jackson was selected with the No. 32 overall pick in the 2018 draft, former NFL cornerback and NFL Network’s Deion Sanders asked Jackson on the draft stage what his new franchise would get from him.

“Everything out of me. They’re going to get a Super Bowl out of me. Believe that. Believe that,” Jackson said in his South Florida drawl.

The trademark would be applicable for items including “bottoms as clothing; footwear; headwear; tops as clothing; undergarments.”

It’s not the first time Jackson has been at the center of trademark intentions. In December 2019, a Las Vegas apparel maker submitted an application to trademark “Big Truss,” the team’s unofficial motto, which originated in the locker room from Jackson and was officially coined by running back Mark Ingram II.

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