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Now that the Denver Broncos have officially announced Tim Tebow as the team's new starting quarterback, it would be no surprise if Kyle Orton does not play another down for them. After a less than stellar start to the season and a weak first half during Week 5, Denver head coach John Fox made the decision to give Tim Tebow an opportunity, and despite not getting the win, Tebow did a pretty good job.
With Orton becoming a free agent at the end of the year and his time with the Broncos as good as over, don't be surprised if Denver tries to deal him to a team before the trade deadline.
With Chad Henne out for the season, the Miami Dolphins are most likely to be on the receiving end of this trade. This trade was initially discussed during the preseason until Denver decided to make Orton their starter.