With the NFL draft just days away, highly valued quarterback prospects certainly don't want their names associated with Leaf.
However in this case, the Leaf in question is not former Chargers bust Ryan Leaf but rather Leaf Trading Cards, LLC which is suing former Stanford QB Andrew Luck in Dallas while seeking "to preserve Leaf's rights to produce and sell trading cards featuring photographs of Andrew Luck taken during the 2008 U.S. Army All-American Bowl game in San Antonio," per a company press release.
This represents Leaf's response to a cease-and-desist order from Luck's camp, which wants the company to stop selling the cards.
"Leaf's rights are established and protected by the free speech guarantees of the United States Constitution and Texas Constitution, as well as common law and an express license from the party who produces the U.S. Army All-American Bowl," the release stated.
The company's lawyer added: "Leaf Trading Cards is disappointed that it was forced to submit this matter to the judicial system. We are confident, however, that the court will find that Leaf has the right to produce and sell the Andrew Luck trading cards."