Huge news out of Denver from Woody Paige and Mike Klis of the Denver Post:
So what would Manning in the Mile High City mean for the draft?
Denver may look to deal Tim Tebow for picks
Manning will want to install his own offense, one that would probably not play to Tebow's strengths (that's an understatement).
There has to be at least a few owners or coaches that watched the sensation Tebow created in Denver and want that for their team. Jacksonville would be an obvious fit because of the huge Tebow fanbase in the region. Seattle already has a run-heavy offense, so they could become players for him.
It's hard to imagine Tebow running any offense crafted to the skills of Peyton Manning.
Denver would have more urgency to look for offensive line help in the draft
I believe that the team needs to upgrade from Zane Beadles at left guard and J.D. Walton at center. Presumably, Jeff Saturday would come with Manning, and Orlando Franklin could shift inside to guard if the team drafts a right tackle-ready lineman like Iowa's Riley Reiff or Georgia's Cordy Glenn.
The value of Robert Griffin III, Ryan Tannehill, Brandon Weeden and Matt Flynn goes up
We are about to witness an epic game of quarterback musical chairs. It was assumed that there would be more chairs than quarterbacks, but Denver was not on the short list of teams in the market for a new QB this year. Supply decreases while demand stays the same.
Klis and Paige also report that a source tells them Manning will visit Arizona and Miami after Denver, but we'll leave the analysis of that possibility for when we get more definite word of those visits.