Cameron Dicker Trademarks
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February 13, 2024
Cameron Dicker is a professional football player in the National Football League. He is the starting placekicker for the Philadelphia Eagles.
Cameron Dicker was born in Hong Kong on May 6, 2000. His parents are Kelly and Rachel Dicker. His father worked overseas when he was a child, so Cameron and his sister Annabelle were raised in Shanghai and Taiwan. Right before Dicker started high school, his family returned to the United States. They relocated to Texas where he attended Lake Travis High School in Austin.
He grew up a fan of soccer. By the time Dicker reached high school, one of his teachers had already given him the nickname “Dicker the Kicker” and he spent three years in high school as his football team’s starting kicker. During those three years, he made 34 of 43 field goal attempts and 229 of 232 extra points. During his last two years of high school, he was responsible for kickoffs and punts for the team. He had 137 touchbacks on 329 kickoff attempts.
Dicker was honored as a member of the 2017 Super Team by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football and was named All-State twice. He was a top-five kicker in the state of Texas and a top-20 kicker nationally, coming out of high school. In December of his senior year, he committed to the University of Texas to play for the Longhorns under head coach Tom Herman.
In 2018, he established himself as the best freshman kicker in the history of the University of Texas. Dicker played in every game that season and led the team in points scored (105). His 105 points were the most points scored by a freshman in school history at any position. For the season, he had 52 touchbacks on 83 kickoff attempts. Dicker’s attempts averaged more than 63 yards per kick. He played in the Big 12 Championship game as well as the Allstate Sugar Bowl where the Longhorns defeated Georgia. He was named second-team All-Big 12 and Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Year honorable mention.
As a sophomore, Dicker again led the team in points scored, with a total of 98. He had 49 touchbacks on 78 kickoff attempts and made 14 of 18 field goal attempts. He had two game-winning kicks in 2019, one against Kansas and the other against Kansas State. Dicker played in the Valero Alamo Bowl at the end of the season. He was listed on the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and was honored as part of the Academic All-Big 12 First Team.
During his junior year at Texas, the football season was shortened by the COVID-19 pandemic and he played in only 10 games. In those games, Dicker made 15 of 21 field goals as the team’s kicker and also continued to serve as the team’s punter. He played in the Valero Alamo Bowl at the end of the season where he recorded the second-longest field goal in a bowl game in school history. Dicer was named Second-Team All-Big 12 and again listed on the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and was honored as part of the Academic All-Big 12 First Team.
Dicker chose to return to Texas and play football his senior year for new head coach Steve Sarkisian, instead of declaring for the NFL Draft. During his senior year, he made 13 of 15 field goals and 49 of 50 extra points. Additionally, he had 45 touchbacks on 72 kickoff attempts. His punting average was the best in the Big 12 and ninth in the country. Dicker recorded his longest career field goal that year, a 50-yarder against the West Virginia Mountaineers. He was named a semifinalist for the Ray Guy Award, First-Team All-Big 12 punter, All-Big 12 honorable mention as a kicker, and for the third year in a row was listed on the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and was honored as part of the Academic All-Big 12 First Team.
Although Coach Sarkisian asked Dicker to return for his final year of eligibility, as he had a red shirt “COVID” year, he decided to declare for the NFL Draft. He made an appearance at the NFL Combine but was not drafted into the league. He was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Los Angeles Rams but was released in August before the start of the pro season. A week later he was signed by the Baltimore Ravens, who waived him just two days after signing him. At the beginning of October, he was signed by the Philadelphia Eagles to their practice squad.
After being elevated from the practice squad, Dicker made the game-winning field goal in his professional debut.
In 2018, Cameron Dicker applied for a trademark for his nickname “DICKER THE KICKER” for clothing like shirts, pants, and sweatshirts, for athletic equipment and toys like footballs and kicking tees, and for sports instruction services.
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IC 041. US 100 101 107. G & S Sports instruction services. FIRST USE: 20210101. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20210101.
IC 025. US 022 039. G & S Clothing, namely, shirts, pants, shorts, sweatshirts, sweatpants, fleece pull-overs, fleece jackets, athletic jerseys, athletic shorts, and sports shirts. FIRST USE: 20211024. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20211024.