Since January, many asked what happened to Lamar Jackson? The Baltimore Ravens player suffered an ankle injury in Week 14, during the game against the Cleveland Browns. Since the injury, Jackson has been unable to get back on the field.
Nevertheless, he still remains in the money moves game. Lamar Jackson is reportedly looking to help people “eat good.”
According to Afrotech On May 18, trademark attorney Josh Gerben shared Baltimore Ravens star pushed through two new trademarks.
Additionally, Gerben posted on Twitter that Jackson filed for “Play Action Soul food and More” and “You 8 Yet?” — suggesting there are restaurants coming from the player. Not to mention, the Ravens player shared the location of the restaurants may be in Florida. Which is his hometown.
Earlier this month, reports surfaced via RoadToVR.com that StatusPro, an XR startup announced a seed investment of $5.2 million that would be used to help bolster a partnership with NFL quarterback Lamar Jackson to create the Lamar Jackson Experience. The company described it as “a suite of first-person virtual reality products that include an at-home virtual reality game, arcade games, and live activation.”
According to Essence, these XR training experiences aim at creating fan-focused gaming experiences. Per the company’s website, the experience is “coming soon on Oculus.”
“Like most people from my generation I am a huge gamer, and the first time I demoed the StatusPro experience I was blown away by how realistic and fun it was,” Lamar Jackson said about his StatusPro partnership announcement last year in a news release. “Ever since I was a kid, I always wanted to play in the NFL and now that I do, I am excited about sharing my experience with fans and especially kids through this VR gaming platform.”
Topic: What happened to Lamar Jackson