Tebowmania could be back. After being released by the New England Patriots and a very disappointing season last year with the New York Jets, Tim Tebow may get yet another chance to play with St.Louis Rams.

St.Louis, which lost Sunday to the Carolina Panthers, also lost Sam Bradford to a knee injury. The Rams expressed interest in Tim Tebow before, but failed to get him after he signed with the New York Jets in 2012.

Tebow for his career has a 47 percent completion percentage and was used often in the Wildcat offense. If signed, it will be his fourth team in three seasons (Denver, New York and New England).