Tim Tebow Sends Cease and Desist Letter to "Jesus" T-Shirt Maker

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Tim Tebow's attorneys have sent a cease and desist letter to the people at Cubby Tees who are making T-shirts implying Jesus endorses the Jets.

Or something. His attorneys put it this way: "The Merchandise makes it appear as if Mr. Tebow actually endorses Cubby Tees and its products."

Where that actually happens is unclear, but here's the shirt:

Tebow Shirts

The shirt, as you can see, doctors the Jets logo to a Jesus-friendly theme. The "NY" is replaced with "MY" and the "JETS" is replaced with "JESUS." Clever.

In addition, what's normally a football at the bottom of the NYJ logo is the "Ichthys," or "sign of the fish," often used to express faith. Even more clever.

If you played a word association game, Jesus and the Jets would likely make you think of Tebow, though the shirt itself contains no reference to him.

What if it has nothing to do with the newly-acquired star quarterback and the folks at Cubby Tees are just really enthusiastic about football and faith?

Think about it.

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It is not unclear at all if you read the Cease and Desist letter. It talks about unlawful use on Cubby Tee's website, then, coincidentally, includes a screenshot of the website, where Tebow's name is used 5 times.

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