In a perfect world, Tebow would sit quietly in the background and watch Peyton Manning for a few seasons. He would learn a lot, ultimately become a much better quarterback, and in a handful of seasons he would be the legitimate successor to the quarterback position for the Denver Broncos.
However, Tebow does not live in a perfect world. He lives in a world that he created, where he must be the focus of the team. His ego is too big to sit back and watch, even if one of the greatest of all time is ahead of him.
The Broncos know well the amount of interest Tebow draws. I am sure one of the agreements in place with Peyton Manning and the Broncos is that Tebow is out, immediately. There is no way John Fox, John Elway or Peyton Manning want to deal with the headache of having No. 15 on the bench.
So, now that his Bronco days are over, where does Timmy Tebow go?