Johnny Manziel can do everything. Including, it would seem, find a way to legally get paid under NCAA rules while he’s still playing college football. Last week Manziel’s corporation, JMan2 Enterprises – can you imagine the Christmas parties? – filed a lawsuit against a man who was selling ”Johnny Football” t-shirts. While Manziel can’t profit off the direct sale of t-shirts featuring his name or likeness, the NCAA has ruled that he can trademark the phrase and protect his property interest from being infringed upon.
Only, that’s not all he can do. The NCAA recently notified Texas A&M that, “a student-athlete can keep financial earnings as a result of a legal action.”
You see the loophole you can drive a Rolls-Royce through yet?
Manziel can’t directly profit off the sale of licensed products featuring his likeness, but he can pocket any proceeds that arise from a trademark lawsuit. Which is basically the same thing.
Raising this interesting question, what’s to keep a bunch of Texas A&M boosters from intentionally infringing on Manziel’s trademark, being sued for doing so, and then settling out of court for hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal payments to Manziel?
In other words, isn’t this ruling a license for boosters to legally pay Manziel to play college football?
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