The most sough-after quarterback in the NFL is signing with the Denver Broncos, according to an ESPN report. It's expected Denver will trade their star QB Tim Tebow.
Hello, Peyton, good-bye Tebow.
That's the major NFL headline today as ESPN writes Peyton Manning, recently released from the Indiannapolis Colts, will be Denver's starting QB next season.
The article adds, "A contract between Manning and the Broncos is expected to be a formality. Elway and Manning first discussed the parameters of a five-year, $95 million contract during their March 9 meeting in Denver, the first time the quarterback visited a team during his free agency."
ESPN also states the Broncos will likely ship off Tebow, who won the AFC West after the speedy QB led the team to a series of comeback victories.
Yahoo Sports speculates Tebow could end up in Jacksonville or New England. The columnist notes "in the right system, Tebow could flourish as a change-of-pace quarterback or hybrid player."