|Old Navy T-shirt Mistake|
It was the Houston Oilers who won the 1961 AFL Championships. Houston Texans was not existing yet that year and the AFC existed only after the AFL and NFL merged into one big NFL in 1970.
A spokesperson for Gap Inc., which owns Old Navy, told ESPN.com the shirts are made by a third-party sports licensing company and that the shirts are being removed.
As of Monday afternoon, the Texans shirt was still listed on the Old Navy website but was not available to be ordered.
Chron.com reports that Old Navy's NFL T-shirt line also has other mistakes. The Cleveland Browns shirt states the Browns won the 1964 AFC championships - the team won the NFL title that year.
Meanwhile, the New York Jets and Kansas City Chiefs shirts proclaim them as champions of 1968 and 1969 NFL seasons, respectively. Both won Super Bowls that year, but they did so as members of the AFL.
Last year, Old Navy had to pull off shelves thousands of T-shirts with college logos after the shirts had "Lets Go" on them, missing an apostrophe. Old Navy reprinted the shirts with the correct punctuation.