Nickell Robey-Coleman Trademarks
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February 2, 2024
Nickell Robey-Coleman is a professional football player in the National Football League. He plays cornerback for the Las Vegas Raiders. Robey-Coleman has played in the NFL for almost a decade.
Nickell Robey-Coleman was born on January 17, 1992, in Frostproof, Florida. He grew up in Frostproof and eventually played football at Frostproof Middle-Senior High School. He played on both sides of the ball and on special teams. During his senior year, playing wide receiver, he scored a total of 15 touchdowns. He had 764 rushing yards and 232 receiving yards. As a defensive back, he had two interceptions and two forced fumbles, and a total of 73 tackles. He also averaged more than 17 yards on punt return attempts. He also played baseball and ran track in high school.
He was generally considered a four-star recruit coming out of high school and was recruited by West Virginia University, Clemson University, and the University of Tennessee. He chose to attend the University of Southern California. Shortly after he signed his letter of intent with USC, he lost his mother to heart failure.
At USC he played football, was a long jumper and was a sprinter. As a freshman at USC, Robey-Coleman started every game as a cornerback. He had four interceptions, four deflections, one forced fumble, one touchdown, and a total of 48 tackles. He was honored as a Freshman All-American honorable mention and an All-Pac-10 honorable mention.
As a starter in his sophomore year, he had two interceptions, nine deflections, two sacks, and a touchdown with a total of 63 tackles. Robey-Coleman also had 12 punt returns for 132 yards. He was named All-American second team, 2011 All-Pac-12 first team, and the John McKay Award winner. As a junior, he served as the team’s punt and kick returner. He played well and was honored as second-team All-Pac-12. Although he did decide to forgo his college eligibility and enter the NFL Draft, he returned and finished his degree in policy, planning, and development in 2019.
Robey-Coleman was invited to the NFL Combine in 2013. He had a 4.53-second 40-yard dash, a 371/2-inch vertical jump, and a 10 foot 7-inch broad jump. Although his performance at the combine was well received, he was not drafted. He was eventually signed by the Buffalo Bills as an unrestricted free agent.
His professional debut came in week one of the 2013 season, and he had his first professional interception in week seven against the Miami Dolphins. He took it all the way back for his first touchdown. Robey-Coleman played in every game that season, even starting in two of them. He recorded one interception, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery, one touchdown, and a total of 39 combined tackles.
In 2014, Robey-Coleman started seven of the 16 games that he played in. He had a sack, two fumble recoveries, seven passes defended, and a total of 48 combined tackles. In his third year with the Bills, he started in three of the 16 games that he played in. He recorded one sack and four passes defended as well as a sack and 46 total tackles.
The 2016 season was his final season with the Buffalo Bills. Robey-Coleman started in three of the 16 games that he played in for the Bills during the 2016 season. That year he had two interceptions, his first in more than two years, one forced fumble, a fumble recovery, and a touchdown. He also defended seven passes and had a total of 35 combined tackles. Robey-Coleman was released at the end of that season.
Before the start of the 2017 NFL season, Robey-Coleman signed with the Los Angeles Rams. He started the season with them in 2017 and started four of the 15 games that he played for the Rams that year. His interception as a Ram happened in week three against the 49ers. With his new team, for the season, he had two interceptions, a forced fumble, a fumble recovery, nine passes defended and a total of 49 combined tackles. The following season, he started only one of the 16 games that he played for them. He had one interception, four passes defended and a total of 37 combined tackles. In his third and final year with the Los Angeles Rams, he started three of the 16 games that he played in. That year, he forced two fumbles, defended seven passes, and had a combined total of 35 tackles. He was not resigned at the end of the season leaving him as a free agent.
Robey-Coleman signed with the Philadelphia Eagles in March 2020. He started in seven of the 15 games that he played in for the Eagles. He recorded one forced fumble and a fumble recovery as well as 44 total combined tackles.
He signed with the Las Vegas Raiders in the fall of 2022 and is a member of their practice squad.
In 2019, Nickell Robey-Coleman applied for a trademark for “SLOT GOD” for athletic apparel like shirts, pants, and footwear, and for endorsement services.
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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: 20190101. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20190101.