Scarlett Johansson and her husband of just over two years Ryan Reynolds are calling it quits.
That's right, boys! This voluptuous vixen is back on the market!
Scarlett tried her hand at jersey-chasing a while back with Derek Jeter, but then she became a married woman...And sports became a little less sexy.
Over here in the sports world, we have been missing Scarlett, but now that she is newly single, we think it's about time for her to start playing for our team once again.
Here are 10 reasons we think Scarlett should reclaim her WAG status...
Scarlett Johansson doesn't exactly believe in monogamy (which is why this divorce isn't surprising) because she thinks that it conflicts with human nature.
We all love a serial WAG, and Scarlett would give us plenty of material.
Lucky for Scarlett, the world of sports has plenty of single men for her to choose from.
So which sports star will she be seen with next?
But I'd rather just watch football!
For a while now, Scarlett has played some very serious roles in her movies, and we think it's about time for her to have a little fun!
The perfect way to let loose?
Date someone with a career based on playing a sport.
Don't get me wrong. Ryan Reynolds is a good-looking guy.
But he's a little too "pretty boy" for my taste.
So as long as Scarlett stays away from Mark Sanchez, it's all good!
I don't know Scarlett Johansson personally, but I get the feeling that there's a sporty side in there somewhere.
She seems like the kind of girl who can kick back with the boys and look sexy doing it.
Don't lie, Scarlett.
You totally missed seeing yourself on "Hottest WAGs" lists.
What's hotter than a girl in a jersey?
Scarlett Johansson in a jersey.
Scarlett Johansson has become screenwriter and director Woody Allen's muse in recent years, staring in many of his films.
I think we can agree that quite a few sports teams could use a little "inspiration" from Scarlett.
I'm looking at you, Bengals!
And the No. 1 reason that Scarlett Johansson should reclaim her WAG status?
So we can see more of her on Bleacher Report!