Daniel Jones Trademarks
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September 1, 2023
Daniel Jones is a professional quarterback for the NFL’s New York Giants.
Daniel Stephen Jones III is the son of Becca and Steve Jones and was born on May 27, 1997, in Charlotte, North Carolina. He was raised with his two sisters and one brother, all of whom showed athletic promise. His oldest sister, Rebecca, played field hockey at Davidson for four years. Both of his younger siblings are athletes in their own right as well. His brother, Bates, plays basketball at Duke University and his sister, Ruthie, plays for Duke’s women’s soccer team as a goalie.
As a young student, Jones attended Charlotte Latin School, which is an independent college preparatory private school for grades K through 12. He played football in his high school years, where he amassed 98 touchdowns and passed for 6,997 yards. While he was listed as a pro-style quarterback by Rivals.com, he was not ranked by them and only one school showed any interest in him at all. Originally a Princeton commit, he flipped his commitment to Duke University, where he redshirted his freshman year in 2015.
Duke football coach David Cutcliffe, named him the back-up to Thomas Sirk the next year, and when Sirk went out with an injury, Jones became the starter. He started in 12 games and the team had four wins and eight losses. He passed for 2,836 yards with a 62.8% completion percentage and had 16 touchdowns with nine interceptions. He had 14 touchdowns and 11 interceptions during his second season as a starter, where he threw for 2,439 yards with a 55.7% completion percentage. The team played in the 2017 Quick Lane Bowl against the Northern Illinois Huskies and won the game 36 to 14. Jones was named the Quick Lane Bowl MVP. In his final year at Duke, Jones passed for 2,674 yards with a completion percentage of 60.5. He had 22 touchdowns and nine interceptions. He led the team to a seven-win and six-loss record and an appearance in the 2018 Independence Bowl against the Temple Owls. The Duke Blue Devils won the game and Jones was named the Independence Bowl MVP. During the game, he passed for 423 yards and five touchdowns. Jones was invited to play on the North team in the Senior Bowl that year. During that game, he completed eight out of 11 passes for a total of 115 yards and scored a touchdown. He was named the 2019 Senior Bowl MVP. Because of his performance in this game and the positive reviews of Mel Kiper and other pundits, he received a lot of positive buzz heading into the 2019 National Football League Draft.
At the 2019 NFL Combine, Jones measured in at six feet five inches tall and 221 pounds. He ran a 4.81 40-yard dash and generally had positive reviews coming out of the Combine.
He was drafted sixth overall in the 2019 NFL Draft by the New York Giants. Jones’ first professional game was a preseason game against the New York Jets, where he threw for 67 yards and a touchdown while completing all of his passes, while completing all of his passes. His first preseason was considered successful and he was well-liked on social media by fans who began calling him “Danny Dimes,” a reference to him throwing perfect passes. Jones filed a trademark application for the nickname in October of 2019 for use on duffle bags, clothing items, and various types of merchandise.
He was named the backup to longtime Giants quarterback, Eli Manning. He relieved Manning in a game against the divisional opponent, the Dallas Cowboys. After entering the game, he threw four passes, three were completed and then he fumbled the ball. The next week, he was named the starter over an injured Eli Manning. In his first game as a starter, he passed for 336 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for 28 yards and two touchdowns, leading the Giants to victory. Jones won his second game over the Washington Football Team, which made him the first rookie quarterback to win his first two games for the franchise in forty years. In his rookie season, he threw for over three thousand yards, 24 touchdowns, and 12 interceptions. He also rushed for 279 yards and two touchdowns. He led the league with 18 fumbles, 11 that were lost.
For the 2020 season, Jones was named a team captain. He had the longest run as a quarterback in franchise history (80 yards). He also threw for 244 yards in that same game. He was injured in a game against the Cincinnati Bengals, causing him to miss much of that game and another. He also missed Week 15 due to an ankle injury. That year he passed for 2,943 yards, 11 touchdowns, and 10 interceptions. He also rushed for 423 yards and a touchdown. The Giants had six wins and ten losses that season.
Daniel Jones still plays in the NFL and is the starting quarterback for the New York Giants football team.
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IC 018. US 001 002 003 022 041. G & S Backpacks; duffel bags.
IC 025. US 022 039. G & S Clothing, namely, t-shirts, sweatshirts, jerseys, shorts, sweat pants, jackets, gloves, neckties, pajamas, robes, night shirts, underwear, head bands, wrist bands, swimsuits, shirts, tank tops, pants, coats, sweaters, socks, belts, rain wear, footwear and head wear; Halloween costumes; Padded football pants.
IC 028. US 022 023 038 050. G & S Playing cards; footballs; football gloves; tables for indoor football; football passing machines; football goals; football shoulder pads; football blocking sleds; pumps for inflating footballs; trolley bags specially adapted for football equipment; toys, namely, children's dress-up accessories; toy action figures, board games, card games, disc toss toys, balls for games, dolls, play sets for dolls, plush toys, toy vehicles, toy cars, toy trucks, toy bucket and shovel sets, scale model kits, jigsaw puzzles, bubble-making wands and solution sets, modeled plastic toy figurines, puppets, balloons, yo-yos, skateboards, toy and novelty face masks, inflatable toys, hand-held units for playing electronic and video games.