The Era Of NFL Practice Jersey Porn Has Arrived

We all laughed at Mark Cuban when he said it was only a matter of time before the NBA allowed corporate ads on their game jerseys. And while it’s genuinely fun to laugh at Cuban under any circumstances, it should be noted that the tide is certainly surging in his direction. Take the NFL and the Houston Texans, for instance.

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ZERO TOLERANCE ENTERTAINMENT, which makes and markets adult videos, claims that it has approached the Texans regarding the availability of marketing space on their practice jerseys. I would think that as a defensive player, one would appreciate the sight of “Big Rack Attack 6″ on Matt Schaub’s jersey as he is being sacked.

Among other recent releases by ZERO TOLERANCE are “Internal Combustion 15″, “Apple Bottomz 6″, and “You’ve Got A Mother Thing Coming 3″. The thing I hear about “Apple Bottomz 6″ is that you don’t have to have seem the first five “Apple Bottomz” movies to understand it; it stands up well on its own.

From PRO FOOTBALL TALK:

Last week, the Texans acknowledged that they are seeking to take advantage of the new rule that allows NFL teams to allow corporate logos and/or messages to infiltrate the official team practice jerseys.

In a press release circulated by Scott Stein, the company’s director of marketing, Zero Tolerance claimed that an offer involving “several zeros” was made to the Texans.

“Every team in the league starts the season by saying, that they’ll have Zero Tolerance for losing,” the press release states.  “While our offer may not be taken seriously, there is some undeniable synergy between the NFL and the name of our company.”

Well, OK. But the first time I see a Subway “Five Dollar Footlong” ad on Fred Smoot’s jersey, I’m going home.

Anyway, here some more safer-for-work-sounding selections from the Zero Tolerance movie film library:

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Roller Dollz! So ZT does have some sports-related experience, after all.