Now that the New York Jets have released Tim Tebow, the 25-year-old quarterback is free to move to any team he chooses. According to CBS Sports, one of those teams could be the Omaha Beef of the Champions Professional Indoor Football League, founded in 1999 out of Nebraska.
The Omaha Beef has offered Tebow a contract worth $75 per game, far short of the $11.25 million contract he signed with the Denver Broncos in 2010 and the $2 million he made with the Jets last year.
CBS Sports says there's "zero percent chance" that Tebow would accept the offer.
But there's always the Legends/Lingerie Football League.
According to Yahoo! Sports, league President Mitchell Mortaza offered him as its official Quarterbacks Coach.
"Now that it appears that Mr. Tebow’s career in the National Football League may be coming to an end, we at Legends Football League, LLC, would like to extend him an offer to become our Quarterbacks Coach nationally," Mortaza said in a letter to Tebow's rep.