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  • 28 May 2019
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    are seeking trademark protection for the use of “Miami Miracle” or any variation
    of the phrase, including MIAMIRACLE.The Dolphins filed paperwork Friday with the
    U.S. Patent and Trademark office to own the phrase commercially, Josh
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    Florida Football Insiders. It would allow the team exclusivity in merchandising,
    among other things.The phrase “Miami Miracle” quickly caught fire on social
    media after Kenyan Drake scored on the final play in Week 14 to stun the
    Patriots. The 69-yard touchdown included two laterals.The Dolphins’ filing is
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    it commercially.The Seahawks reached an agreement with Texas A&M in 2006
    after the college took legal action against the NFL franchise for its use of
    12th Man, which A&M federally trademarked in 1990. The sides reached a new
    licensing agreement in 2016, limiting the Seahawks’ use to “12” or “12s.”In
    September, Dolphins rookie defensive back Minkah Fitzpatrick created an uproar
    when he filed to trademark “Fitzmagic” after quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick‘s
    early season success in Tampa Bay.: The original version of the story listed
    Josh Gerben as being based in South Florida. He is based in Washington,