Dan Skuta opposes Jaguars' attempt to trademark 'Sacksonville'

Dan Skuta opposes Jaguars' attempt to trademark 'Sacksonville'
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Former Jacksonville Jaguars player Dan Skuta has filed a notice of opposition to the team attempting to trademark the term "Sacksonville." Skuta claims in his filing that he created the Sacksonville brand in July 2015 -- shortly after he signed as a free agent with the Jaguars -- and also created a logo, an Instagram account and a Twitter account using the term. He also says his company, Yeti, LLC, has been selling Sacksonville merchandise before the Jaguars began using the term last September. Per Skuta's filing, the Jaguars filed to trademark the term on Oct. 18, 2017. Skuta did not return a text seeking comment but posted a statement on Twitter: "As a former player, I enjoyed my time in Jacksonville. As the creator of the Sacksonville brand I am now trying to protect my company's assets." According to the notice of opposition filed on May 4, 2018, Yeti LLC has been selling hats, T-shirts, tank tops, children's toys, and... 
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