Three MLL Stars Added to Fathead Lineup

Boston, MA (August 2, 2011) – Major League Lacrosse (MLL) announced today that three more lacrosse stars will be immortalized as Fatheads as part of an evolving partnership with the leading brand in officially licensed sports and entertainment wall graphics, Fathead LLC. Boston Cannons’ attackman Matt Poskay, Hamilton Nationals’ defenseman Brodie Merrill, and Denver Outlaws’ attackman Brendan Mundorf will all be celebrated as life-size wall graphics.

Brodie Merrill was elated upon hearing the news that he would become a Fathead, such a high honor for a professional athlete. “It is really neat for me to be selected as one of the Fathead representatives for MLL,” Merrill said. “Growing up a big sports fan, my room was covered with my favorite athletes like Clyde Drexler and Patrick Roy, so having a Fathead of my own is a little surreal. I think it is great for lacrosse to be associated with a company so well recognized in the mainstream sports industry.”

Boston Cannons’ attackman Matt Poskay was also excited upon learning he would be an addition to the MLL Fathead lineup. “It’s a great honor to be one of the few MLL athletes to be selected as a Fathead,” Poskay said. “The sport of lacrosse is growing, evidenced by MLL’s partnership with Fathead, and it’s such a thrill to know that a rising lacrosse star might have my image on his or her wall. It’s an honor.”

Denver Outlaws attackaman Brendan Mundorf was surprised and excited to hear the news. “I have to say that having my own Fathead is awesome,” Mundorf said. “It’s humbling to be in the company of the great athletes who also have Fatheads. The fact that MLL and Fathead have teamed up is great for the growth of lacrosse and I’m proud to be a part of it.”

Fathead LLC became an MLL licensee last year when they signed a multi-year agreement to produce MLL player and Team wall graphics. Boston Cannons’ midfielder and lacrosse sensation Paul Rabil was the inaugural MLL athlete to be commemorated as a Fathead in December of 2010.

You can purchase your MLL Fathead products online at

About Major League Lacrosse

Major League Lacrosse (MLL) was founded by Jake Steinfeld and is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts. Major League Lacrosse commenced play in June of 2001 and is comprised of six teams located in Boston, Chesapeake, Denver, Long Island, Rochester and Hamilton.

Major League Lacrosse’s 2011 All Star Game took place on July 9 at Harvard Stadium in Boston. The 2011 MLL Championship Weekend, presented by Warrior, is scheduled for August 27 & 28 at Navy-Marine Corps Stadium in Annapolis, MD.

About Fathead LLC

Fathead LLC is the industry leader of authentic officially licensed sports and entertainment graphic products. Fathead gives fans the opportunity to “FEEL The REAL” by bringing their favorite passion or inspiration to life. Fathead products include Fathead Customs and Fathead “Real Big”, the life-size, high definition wall graphics of professional athletes, animated heroes, entertainment characters, team stadiums, helmets and logos. Fathead maintains license agreements with leading consumer brands across many industries and professional sports leagues, for more info visit,

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  1. Rob Himself on August 4, 2011 at 3:49 pm

    @ guest, its because they have to fit it all on one sticker sheet somehow, you line up the “broken” part with the handle whence you place it on the wall. 

  2. doug dutch on August 4, 2011 at 2:08 pm

    haha good call

  3. guest on August 4, 2011 at 1:32 pm

    whats up with them all having broken sticks?

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