The career of Tim Tebow could be set to make another interesting turn in the near future.
The former Broncos, Jets and (brief) Patriots QB has been seen on our screens most recently as a college football analyst for ESPN.
But now, new spring football league, the A-11, could be about to tempt him back to the field according to league commissioner Scott McKibben:
"We would love to have Tim Tebow join our league.
"Tim Tebow stands for everything we think the game ought to represent - character, values and role-modelling for young players."
The league hopes to revolutionise the way football is played - allowing every player on the offensive side of the ball to become an active receiver.
And with one of the eight initial teams, the 'Sea Lions', set to be in the Bay Area, the San Francisco Examiner is reporting that this would be the most likely destination for the much maligned former USC play-caller should he accept the invitation.
Two showcase games are scheduled by the A-11 for May and June this year, but it remains to be seen whether Tebow will be lining up in either.