Saturday, 25 September: Tim Tebow on his 12th anniversary as Patriots starting quarterback
Tebow was on the field for the first time since New England’s win over Cincinnati in Week 12 last season
Tim Tebow’s 12th NFL season has so far been an unfulfilling one.
But his remarkable tenure in New England may not be over yet.
Tebow was signed by the New York Jets as a free agent in August, only to be released after six weeks.
But he’s about to get another chance in the league, and here’s everything you need to know ahead of the Chicago Bears hosting the Baltimore Ravens on Saturday:
What time is it on?
Kick-off is at 13:00 BST, although there is no live television coverage on Sky Sports (who offer highlights on sports channels at 20:00), BBC One and BBC Two or online.
Can I watch in the UK?
The game is only available to Sky subscribers through its Premier League Pass (£14.99/month).
What TV channel is it on?
Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Arena and Sky Sports Arena HD will be showing highlights on BBC One (which is also the on-demand video service of the BBC) at 20:00 BST.
Both Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Arena HD are also broadcasting live highlights of this weekend’s NFL games.
Can I listen to it on radio?
You can listen on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra from 13:00 BST with the start of National League One football.
Can I watch live on the BBC iPlayer?
Can I stream it on mobile, tablet or desktop?
How much does it cost?
Sky Sports subscribers will pay £24.95 for the next seven days of Sky Sports access.
For non-Sky subscribers there is a £13.99 subscription fee.
From next year the cost of Sky Sports will increase for non-Sky subscribers. The deal will be £26.99 a month, or £28.95 with Sky.
The full BBC iPlayer terms and conditions are here.
Also, for those people who watch on an iOS device or Android tablet, head to the Apple App Store or Google Play to download the BBC Sport app.