(John McDonnell/The Washington Post)

Two days after Kirk Cousins led the largest comeback in Redskins history and jokingly shouted ‘You like that!’ at Comcast SportsNet’s Tarik El-Bashir, Cousins’s brother Kyle filed a trademark application for the phrase.

The Redskins quarterback confirmed the application to The Post’s Master Tesfatsion on Thursday. Kirk Cousins is also listed on the application.

The application is for protection of various goods and services bearing the mark, including bumper stickers, hooded sweatshirts, T-shirts and electronic billboard advertising. Around the time that the application for ‘You like that’ was filed, Cousins began selling “You like that” T-shirts to raise money for charity.

Cousins still has a ways to go before he matches the number of trademark applications submitted by Robert Griffin III’s company, Thr3escompany, LLC. While many of Griffin’s marks have since been abandoned, “Know Your Why” and “Know Ur Why” are still protected.


(Via the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office)

Thanks to Darren Rovell for sharing.