RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A federal appeals court has rejected an amateur artist’s attempt to bar the NFL from showing the Baltimore Ravens’ original logo in documentary videos.

Frederick Bouchat’s drawing of a winged shield bearing the letter B was the model for the logo used during the Ravens’ early years. A jury ruled in 1998 that the Ravens stole the idea, but didn’t award damages.

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The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond ruled Tuesday that glimpses of the “Flying B” in NFL Films and NFL Network videos don’t violate Bouchat’s copyright.

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The court also approved the logo’s use in a historical display at the Ravens’ stadium.

Previously, Bouchat lost a bid to prevent some NFL licensees from using the logo but won a case over its commercial use in highlight films.

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