Tim Tebow is still receiving interest to play football, this time from the XFL.
Per SI.com, XFL Commissioner Oliver Luck approached the Mets' 31-year-old prospect at the Clemson-Alabama NCAA national championship game in January and "informally gauged" Tebow's football interest.
Tebow, however, remains committed to pursuing a baseball career with the Mets but is struggling thus far in Triple-A Syracuse.
Tebow is hitting a slash line of .130/.193/.169 with no home runs and 32 strikeouts in 23 games this season.
He had hit .273/.336/.399 with six home runs and 36 RBI in 84 games in Double-A last year before his season ended due to a broken hamate bone in his right hand.
The XFL is not the only pro football league that has approached Tebow about returning to the gridiron.
The now-defunct Alliance of American Football (AAF) also expressed interest in bringing Tebow on board but the former quarterback gave them the same answer of sticking with baseball.