The Redskins made Chase Young the second overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft because of his unparalleled ability to rush the quarterback.
The hope Washington is for Young to terrorize opponents' backfield for the next decade, and it appears the young star filed for a trademark descriptive to his play style on the edge.
According to TMZ, Young applied for a trademark on the phrase, "Terrorize the Moment." The 21-year-old pass-rusher apparently filed for the trademark in February of this year.
Young hasn't exactly utilized the phase much to build some type of brand yet, which isn't all that surprising considering the NCAA's current restrictions on players making money off their likeness. However, it looks like Young has a plan in place and he's getting out in front of people who'd want to swoop in and take the trademark out from under him.
Lamar Jackson filed for a trademark on "Big Truss" after Mark Ingram's memorable press conference during the quarterback's MVP season, but a fan in Nevada beat him to it. This caused Jackson to switch things around to "Big Truzz" and apply for a trademark on the new phrase.
Young plans to use the phrase on everything from hoodies to hats, jackets, pants and other clothing merchandise, per TMZ.
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