Originally posted on The Penalty Flag  |  Last updated 2/2/12

Tim Tebow is in the middle of a new campaign for Jockey where he recently appeared shirtless in a commercial and only in boxers on the website. That photo has mysteriously been pulled from the site and no one has a reason why. Jockey would say only this to the Huffington Post: “Some things are better when left to the imagination,” said Mo Moorman, public relations director for Jockey International. Visit the Jockey site and you’ll see that Tebow is now fully clothed. Huffington Post: “It just shows you what direction the country is in,” Skweez Couture founder and ex-”Real Housewives of New York” star Jill Zarin told me. “Because if you go back 20 years, we were more liberal and we had Marky Mark in his underwear in the middle of Times Square for Calvin Klein. And now you’ve got the other extreme of Tebow completely clothed — he might as well wear a turtleneck. It just shows you the country is going to the right. I think it shows our country is becoming more conservative and I think he is representing that.” Jockey sales have soared since Tebow became spokesman, said Chief Marketing Officer Dustin Cohn. Were the [...]

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