Josh McDaniels may have punched himself a one-way ticket out of Denver when he traded three draft picks to Baltimore for the Ravens' first-round pick, then took Tebow at No. 25.
Even more shocking was that the Broncos stretched to take Tebow, with two more polished quarterbacks, Texas' Colt McCoy and Notre Dame's Jimmy Clausen, still available
Tebow was one of the lone bright spots for the Denver Broncos in 2010, but coach John Fox and owner John Elway have already stated that Kyle Orton will be the starter when, or if, the season begins in 2011.
It is pretty obvious that Tim Tebow was a Josh McDaniels guy, so does that mean that Elway could trade the player who was brought in to be the face of the legendary franchise?
What about Brady Quinn? Many GMs across the league thought the former Notre Dame star was a guarantee to be a standout NFL QB.
Surely another team in the NFL wouldn't mind adding a player like Tebow or Quinn.
The Denver Broncos have a jack-of-all trades, master of none problem at the quarterback position. Who will stay and who will go?
Here is the latest trade speculation regarding the Denver Broncos quarterback situation.