He's already got a beer named in his honor, so it would only make sense that Tim Tebow has a meal to go with it.
And in yet another example of how sports can bring people together, it is an iconic Jewish delicatessen that is paying homage to Tebow, the Christian poster boy.
On Friday, the Carnegie Deli in New York announced it will have a sandwich inspired by the Jets new backup quarterback. The Jetbow will be available on Monday, coinciding with Tebow's introductory press conference.
So what ingredients are worthy enough to go on a sandwich named in his honor? It starts with corned beef, pastrami and roast beef topped with American cheese, lettuce and tomato. The sandwich will be served on white bread, presumably because Tebow is about as white bread as they come.
"He's the poster boy for every parent and what they want their kids to be," owner Sandy Levine told ESPN New York. "Very religious, very clean-cut, an outstanding student, he does charity work. What more do you want as an athlete than him?"
The sandwich will cost a hefty $22.22, but at 3.5 pounds you won't need Tebow to help feed the masses with it. And just like its namesake, this creation breaks the mold. The Carnegie usually offers its celebrity sandwiches on rye bread with mustard. This concoction on white bread with mayo is the first of its kind at the Manhattan landmark.
The sandwich now puts Tebow up with such legendary New York figures as Woody Allen, who also has a pastrami classic named after him at the deli. Not too shabby for a guy who has been part of the city's sports landscape for less than 48 hours.
Rex Ryan might not know what to do with Tebow on the field, but he doesn't figure to have no problem handling the Tebow sandwich.
Also no word on when or if Mark Sanchez will ever get his own sandwich, but if he plays well, the odds are favorable considering that food companies are turning to quarterbacks to move product.
The Redskins haven't even drafted Robert Griffin III, but the Washington Post reports that hasn't stopped a Subway outlet in Ashburn, Va., from unveiling a sandwich in his honor.
This sandwich has Roasted chicken, Genoa and 3 lines of sauce. It costs $5.75 for a foot-long, and $3.75 for a six-inch, according to the Post.
Can't wait to see what will happen once Tebow and Griffin actually play a game for their new teams.
-- Adam Watson is the food czar at ThePostGame. You can follow him on Twitter @AdamKWatson.
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