Alvin Kamara Trademarks
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September 21, 2023
Alvin Kamara is one of the premier running backs in the National Football League and plays for the New Orleans Saints. He is the 2017 Offensive Rookie of the Year, a two-time Second-team All-Pro, and has been voted to the Pro Bowl each of the first four years of his professional career.
Alvin Mentian Kamara was born in Atlanta, Georgia on July 25, 1995. Kamara’s mother, Adama immigrated to the United States in 1989, to escape the civil war in Liberia. She raised her son in Norcross, Georgia where he attended high school and excelled while playing for the school’s Blue Devils football team. He led the school to its first state championship in his senior year. He was named first-team All-State, awarded the honor of Georgia’s Mr. Football, and played in the 2013 Under Armour All-America Game. He was considered to be one of the top running backs coming out of high school in the country that year.
Kamara spent one year at the University of Alabama playing under esteemed coach Nick Saban. He was unable to climb the depth chart and had to have knee surgery that year. He transferred from Alabama to Hutchinson Community College for a fresh start. He credits this period of time with allowing him to grow both as a person and a football player. He left Hutchinson Community College as one of the top JUCO prospects in the country. He had scholarship offers from both the University of Tennessee and the University of Georgia. He chose Tennessee.
While at the University of Tennessee, he was a punt returner and played running back. In his first year, he rushed for almost 700 yards and scored seven rushing and three receiving touchdowns. The next year, he had the third-most touchdowns of any player in the Southeastern Conference. That season he rushed for almost 600 yards and had nine rushing and four receiving touchdowns.
After the 2016 season, he declared for the NFL Draft. He was projected as a second-round draft pick but was chosen by the New Orleans Saints in the third round. He was the 67th overall pick in the draft.
Kamara had a banner rookie year that saw him become the first player in more than thirty years, to rush for 500 yards and have 500 receiving yards in his first 11 games. He was selected for the Pro Bowl in his rookie season. His teammate and fellow running back, Mark Ingram, was also named to the Pro Bowl that year, the only time two running backs from the same team have gone to a Pro Bowl simultaneously. He received NFL All-Rookie Team honors, 2017 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year, and was ranked at number twenty on the NFL Top 100 Players list.
In his second season with the Saints, he rushed for 883 yards and had 14 rushing touchdowns and four receiving touchdowns during the regular season. He played in the NFC Championship Game, which the Saints lost to the Rams. Kamara was voted to the Pro Bowl and was ranked at fourteen on that year’s NFL Top 100 Players List.
The 2019 season was his third season with the New Orleans Saints. Kamara missed two games and parts of other games that season due to a continuing knee injury. During that season he ran for 797 rushing yards and five touchdowns. He also had 533 receiving yards and one receiving touchdown. He was selected for the Pro Bowl and listed as 42 on the NFL Top 100 Players List. During the off-season, the Saints signed him to a five-year, $75 million contract.
During the 2020 football season, Kamara tested positive for COVID-19, causing him to miss the last regular-season game. Even with a missed game, he managed 932 rushing yards with 16 touchdowns and 756 receiving yards with five touchdowns. During the season, he tied the NFL record for most rushing touchdowns in a game with six touchdowns against the Minnesota Vikings. He was named to the Pro Bowl for the 2020 season and was ranked fourteenth on the NFL Top 100 Players List.
Kamara has ventured into business, purchasing Big Squeezy. Big Squeezy is a smoothie chain that operates in several locations throughout Louisiana. The chain, under Kamara’s ownership, sponsored NASCAR Xfinity Series driver Ryan Vargas in two different races. He has been a Growth and Engagement Advisor for NASCAR since June of 2021.
Alvin Kamara has obtained a federal trademark registration for a logo that is used on athletic gear. The logo is a design of his initials “AK”. Kamara has used this logo on much of the clothing he sells in his online store.
Alvin Kamara is not married and he has no children. He owns a home outside of New Orleans, Louisiana and a home in Montana. It is believed that his net worth is around $4 million.
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IC 025. US 022 039. G & S Athletic jackets; Athletic pants; Athletic shorts; Graphic T-shirts; Hats; Hooded pullovers; Hooded sweat shirts; Hooded sweatshirts; Pants; Shirts; Sport shirts; Sweat pants; Sweat shirts; Sweatpants; Tank-tops; Tank tops; Tee-shirts; Tee shirts; Wristbands as clothing. FIRST USE: 20190601. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20190601.