With the 2017 NFL Draft officially on the horizon, the San Francisco 49ers are ready to officially trademark their name and name and number.
The Niners’ official mark is #49ers.
Their logo is #Saints.
The team has also filed trademark applications for the #49er and #Sams name.
The 49ers also trademarked their logo, and the name Saints & Saints.
Both trademarks were filed in 2018, and they were filed for between January 6 and March 30.
The NFLPA is looking to trademark the name of the San Diego Chargers and #Chargers, both of which are owned by Qualcomm.
Both names have also been registered for the San Jose Earthquakes.
Both names have been registered since February 2018.
San Diego Chargers owner Dean Spanos is seeking to trademark his team’s #49 logo.
The #49 symbol was used by the team from 1988-1991 and the #Charger logo is used on the stadium signage in San Diego and elsewhere in the United States.
The San Francisco Chargers trademark application was filed on February 27, 2018.
The Chargers have not trademarked the #Sals logo, which is owned by Verizon.
The #49 is a popular sports brand that was launched in 1986 by then-San Francisco 49er quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
The name was used in the 1996 movie “Saints and Saints,” which starred Bruce Willis.
Kaepernick is currently on the San Carlos Valley High School baseball team and has previously spoken about how he wants to play for the 49ers.
In 2018, the 49er players’ union filed a motion with the US Patent and Trademark Office seeking to extend the #69 and #70 trademarks for three years, until 2020.
Both of the trademarks were granted in 2017.