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Marketplace Roundup

Steelers WR JuJu Smith-Schuster said he has been "venturing into" becoming a "YouTube star." Smith-Schuster, a popular Fortnite streamer, said, "To have an opportunity to not only just talk about football but talk about the passions and the hobbies that I love doing. I'm pretty sure a lot of the young kids out there are looking up to guys who they idol as football players, but you can be more than that" ("Golic & Wingo," ESPN Radio, 1/30).

DRIVING INTEREST: In Las Vegas, Mick Akers notes Raiders fans have "flocked to state DMV locations to nab their Raiders Nevada specialty license plates." Nevada DMV Public Information Officer Kevin Malone said that in the first two weeks of the plates' availability, there have been 840 "active registrations by Nevada motorists" for the plates. By comparison, the Golden Knights' specialty plate released in October "saw 1,507 registrations in its first week." A standard license plate costs $62, while a "personalized version" costs an additional $35 annually. Proceeds are "planned to go to a nonprofit" of the Raiders' choice each year (LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL, 1/30).

CYBORG SUPPLEMENTS: Redskins TE Vernon Davis has launched a new supplement company, Timeless. The company's product line has initially launched with eight supplements supporting the four fitness pillars: performance, power/strength, nutrient support and recovery (Timeless).