Tim Tebow's gridiron prospects have dried up stateside, but not across the Atlantic.
The Associated Press reported Thursday that the former NFL quarterback has been offered a four-month contract to play for the Milano Seamen of the Italian Federation for American Football.
"The offer has been made to his agent and now we're waiting for a response," Seamen president Marco Mutti told The AP. "We would be more than happy to have him."
Federation spokesman James Dewar said Tebow was offered $200,000 on Wednesday to join the eight-team league. Tebow last appeared for the New England Patriots before getting cut in the 2013 preseason.
The Seamen -- and all of Italy -- now wait for the signal-caller's camp to respond. We'd advise them not to hold their breath.