Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has filed trademark for the phrase, “Let Russ Cook dinner,” first reported by trademark legal professional Josh Gerber. Based on the submitting, Wilson intends to make use of the trademark for each attire and, you guessed it, cooking tools and utensils.
The submitting was for quite a lot of completely different clothes objects and varied cooking utensils together with forks, graters, funnels, pots, pans, skewers and kitchen mitts. Quickly you would carry your No. three fandom into the kitchen.
The catchphrase goes again to Week three of the 2019 season, when Zach Whitman, a Seattle-area structural engineer tweeted, “Let Russ Cook dinner.” The phrase means to let Russ have extra management of the Seahawks offense and passing sport, and has since caught on inside the fanbase.
The Tremendous Bowl champion filed the trademark with the USPTO on Oct. 6, 2020, in Palm Metropolis, Florida.
Gerber broke down the trademark, explaining that the QB intends to make use of the phrase as it’s filed. He notes the appliance was filed on a 1-B submitting foundation.
“Which means in line with a declaration submitted with the appliance and signed by Wilson’s legal professional, that the applicant has a bona fide intention to make use of the mark in reference to all of the meals listed within the software,” Gerber mentioned.
Wilson and the Seahawks are off to a sizzling begin and at the moment sit at 6-1, with their solely loss coming to the Arizona Cardinals. Wilson is making his case for MVP this season. He has 26 landing passes and 6 interceptions, with 2,151 passing yards.