Texans Show Zero Tolerance for Ad Offer

HOUSTON — NFL franchise the Houston Texans have rejected an offer made earlier this week by porn studio Zero Tolerance Entertainment to have its logo displayed on the team's practice jerseys.

According to the Houston Chronicle, Texans vice president of communications Tony Wyllie commented, "We were contacted from an unsolicited ad agency and upon discovering it was an adult entertainment company, we shut it down. We will not consider, nor will we ever consider their offer. We will not be associated with them."

Zero Tolerance expressed discouragement but not surprise over the rejection.

"We're disappointed that the team declined our offer," ZT marketing director Scott Stein told AVN. "It was a serious offer, even if they didn't take it seriously, and we hope that in the not too distant future, more mainstream companies will be accepting of our industry."

Maybe if Courtney Cummz doing some creative things with a pair of pompoms in the sky lounge came as part of the deal?