Originally Posted by nodnahs
Well where should it stop, at a local sub shop, a regional truck stop, a national chain? He's the one that made his name, so who should profit? Read a book.. I'm sure the ones on here bitching that it's not a big deal have never been in the position Clowney is in, & all the talk about athletes being stupid w/their $, well here is an example of representation looking out for their clients financial security, no matter how petty some think it is.
Oh I agree completely. I was just making a joke. Would this thread be going on currently if instead of "Jadeveon Clowney sub" it was called the "Clowney Club"? I agree that a player should have the right to make profit of HIS name, but that argument goes both ways. When does the name stop becoming his? Clowney has a unique last name, probably less than 1000 US Citizens have it. But say, Michael Roth...Roth isn't as unique. Could people use his last name to make a profit?