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Amari Cooper Trademarks

The following list includes all pending trademark applications and active federal trademark registrations that are owned by Amari Cooper.

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April 4, 2024

Amari Cooper is a wide receiver known for his precision in route running. He plays for the Dallas Cowboys in the National Football League. He is also a two-time South Eastern Conference champion and 2012 National Football Champion, as a member of the Alabama Crimson Tide football team, under legendary coach Nick Saban. As a professional, Cooper has been honored with four invitations to the Pro Bowl.

Cooper was born on June 17, 1994, in Miami, Florida. He, along with his brother and three sisters, was raised by his mother in the West Coconut Grove neighborhood. He says that growing up in poverty still motivates him to play hard. As a child, he spent the majority of his time at a local community center and church. He also developed a passion for reading at a young age.

He attended Miami Northwestern Senior High School, where he was a standout football player, earning a strong reputation in the area for his excellent play. In his senior year of high school, he caught six touchdowns from quarterback Teddy Bridgewater (now with the Denver Broncos) accumulating 33 receptions for 722 yards. He was rated as a four-star prospect, an All-State selection, and the fourth-ranked player on Orlando Sentinel’s Florida Top 100. He scored two touchdowns in the 2012 Under Armour All-America Game, one on a 93-yard punt return. He was ranked 45th in the “Rivals 100.” He was also a standout athlete in basketball and track. Amari Cooper committed to the University of Alabama on September 22, 2011.

He started in nine games but played in all fourteen his freshman season. He had a record-breaking season, setting new school records for a freshman in receptions and receiving yards. He played a pivotal role in his team’s wins in both the SEC and National championships. He had 59 receptions for 1,000 yards and 11 touchdowns, winning him Freshman All-American honors and a place on the SEC All-Freshman team. In his sophomore year, he had 45 receptions for 736 yards and four touchdowns, and he missed two games due to injury. His junior season was his final season at the University of Alabama and he had 124 receptions for 1,727 yards and 16 touchdowns. He broke many records that year and was a finalist for the Heisman Trophy. He was named All-American and won the Biletnikoff Award. In his career at Alabama, he scored 31 touchdowns and had 228 receptions and 3,463 receiving yards. Although he entered the draft at the end of his junior year, he did return to graduate from the University of Alabama.

He was selected with the fourth pick of the 2015 NFL Draft by the Oakland Raiders. He had five 100-plus yard receiving games in his rookie season, which earned him Pro Bowl honors. In his second season as a professional, he had 83 receptions for 1,153 yards and five touchdowns. He was listed as 53rd on the NFL Top 100 Players list. He was also voted to his second Pro Bowl. In his third year, he sustained several injuries, including an ankle injury that led to the lowest statistics for any season he had played. Although the Raiders did exercise their option to keep Cooper for a fifth year, in 2018, they traded him to the Dallas Cowboys. They received the Cowboy’s first-round draft pick for the following year in the trade.

Cooper seemed a good fit in Dallas and played in his first playoff game that year. He ended the season with seven touchdowns, 75 receptions, and 1,005 yards and was invited to his third Pro Bowl. In his second season in Dallas, he started in 16 games, caught eight touchdowns and had 79 receptions and 1,189 yards, and was invited to his fourth Pro Bowl. That offseason, Cooper signed a new, five-year contract with the Cowboys, worth $100 million, saying that he hopes to play for the team for the rest of his career. In the 2020 season, he started 15 games, caught five touchdowns, and had 92 receptions for 1,114 yards.

He is passionate about business and finance and enjoys reading about investments and real estate. He has filed a trademark application for a logo, to be used for athletic apparel and merchandise. The logo is of a football player, surrounded by arrows and the words “the route runner.” This is appropriate for merchandise associated with Cooper, as it was his route running skills that have brought him much of his fame and success. Cooper has not yet applied for a federal trademark for his name or other businesses.

Amari Cooper is an active player for the Dallas Cowboys and resides close to the team’s home stadium in Frisco, Texas. It is believed that his net worth is around $12 million.

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IC 025. US 022 039. G & S Athletic apparel, namely, shirts, pants, jackets, footwear, hats and caps, athletic uniforms. FIRST USE: 20210701. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20210701.

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Amari Cooper
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Timothy J Hoy
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(3) Illustration: Drawing or design which also includes word(s)/ letter(s)/number(s). The mark consists of the design of a football player featured in shadow. Emanating from the player's shoulders and helmet are five arrows pointed in various directions. From an arrow pointing upward from the player's helmet, five additional arrows point in various directions to the left and right. Underneath the design is the stylized wording "THE ROUTE RUNNER" arranged in an incomplete circle.
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