Malcolm Jenkins Trademarks
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February 2, 2024
Professional football player Malcolm Jenkins is a two-time Super Bowl Champion, All-Pro, and Pro Bowl player.
Jenkins is from East Orange, New Jersey, and played high school football for Piscataway Township High School. He played on both sides of the ball, as both a defensive back and a wide receiver. His school won three state championships during his time playing there.
Jenkins chose to attend Ohio State University, where he played in ten games as a freshman, mostly in a nickel position. He saw significantly more playing time the following year, starting every game at corner. Jenkins recorded four interceptions and 55 tackles and was named first-team All-Big Ten. His junior year would be just as successful. During his senior year, Jenkins recorded three interceptions and 57 tackles. He was named All-American and All-Big Ten for the third consecutive time and was also awarded the Jim Thorpe Award.
Even though he had a less than stellar showing at the NFL combine, Jenkins had an impressive college pedigree. He would become the first cornerback to be drafted in the first round of the NFL Draft in more than a decade when the New Orleans Saints drafted him in the 14th overall position of the 2009 NFL Draft.
Jenkins began his rookie season as a back-up and was plagued early in the season with an ankle injury. Later in the season, he would be named as a starter after an injury to a teammate. In his first year as a professional, he had an interception, 55 tackles, and six starts. He helped his team to win the Super Bowl this year, the first in their franchise’s history.
In the following season, Coach Sean Peyton would name him as a starter in the safety position, after the perennial starter needed to have surgery and would be unable to play. Jenkins would have a good season however he injured his knee in the last game of the regular season, which kept him from playing in the team’s wild card appearance.
In 2011, Jenkins started in every game that he played. As a safety, he had one sack and 77 tackles. He would also appear in his first playoff game that season. The 2012 season would see the second pick-six of his young career, but he would again miss the end of the season, this time due to a hamstring industry. He would also record a banner year in 2013, starting every game that he played in and recording two interceptions and two and a half sacks, as well as 68 tackles.
Jenkins became a free agent in 2014 and signed with the Philadelphia Eagles. He recorded the third pick-six of his career that season against the San Francisco 49ers and for the year had a total of three interceptions and 80 tackles. The next year, he recorded another pick-six, this time against the New England Patriots. For the 2015 season, he had two interceptions and 109 tackles.
He signed a contract extension with the Eagles and had another outstanding year. Jenkins would record another pick-six, which was also his second touchdown of the season. He also had a sack, three interceptions, and 72 tackles that year. After another outstanding season in 2017, which saw him record two interceptions and 76 tackles, he would again help his team to win a Super Bowl. This would be his second Super Bowl win.
Jenkins had a less than stellar season in 2018 but bounced back in 2019 with two and a half sacks and eighty tackles. The Eagles did not renew his contract, so he became a free agent at the end of the season.
The New Orleans Saints would then sign Jenkins for a second time. After returning to the Saints, he recorded three interceptions, two and a half sacks, and 91 total tackles that season. In 2021, he had one interception, one sack, and 79 total tackles. He is still an active member of the New Orleans Saints roster.
Jenkins established The Malcolm Jenkins Foundation, a charitable organization that looks to effect positive changes for youths.
In 2015, The Malcolm Jenkins Foundation filed a trademark application for a logo that includes the words “PROJECT REWARDS REINFORCING EDUCATION WITH ACTIVITIES, RECREATION & DEVELOPMENTAL SUPPORTS” for charitable foundation services and educational services.
In 2016, it obtained a federal trademark registration for the slogan “GET READY FEST” for providing information about jobs, charitable services like providing food, and charitable services like providing personal care items to those in need.
In 2016, the foundation also obtained a federal trademark registration for the slogan “NO PHLY ZONE” for charitable fundraising.
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IC 035. US 100 101 102. G & S Providing information regarding job opportunities for youth and families in underserved communities. FIRST USE: 20140501. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20140501.
IC 043. US 100 101. G & S Charitable services, namely, providing food to needy persons in underserved communities. FIRST USE: 20140501. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20140501.
IC 044. US 100 101. G & S Charitable services, namely, providing personal care items to needy persons; providing information regarding health and wellness services youth and families in underserved communities. FIRST USE: 20140501. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20140501.
IC 036. US 100 101 102. G & S Charitable foundation services, namely, providing scholarships and financial assistance for programs and services of others; providing educational scholarships; providing college scholarships. FIRST USE: 20110501. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20110501.
IC 041. US 100 101 107. G & S Educational services, namely, providing classes, seminars, workshops, tutoring, retreats, and mentoring in the field of courses of instruction for middle and high school students; [ arranging and conducting athletic competitions; ] arranging and conducting college tours for educational purposes; providing recognition and incentives by the way of awards to demonstrate excellence in the field of education; mentoring services, namely, academic mentoring of school age children; organizing community [ sporting and ] cultural events; entertainment and education services, namely, providing recognition and incentives by way of celebrations and awards to demonstrate excellence in the field of academic achievement and personal growth. FIRST USE: 20110501. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20110501.