JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk reports that a source with knowledge of the dynamics in Denver says Tim Tebow most likely will be gone if the Denver Broncos land Peyton Manning.
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According to Florio, Tebow would not be cut but be traded.
Florio goes on to say in his post Sunday on profootballtalk.nbcsports.com that " the next yard sale at Shad Khan's house may include some oversized tarps."
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Florio says he's been told the Jaguars are in the mix to acquire Tebow via trade.
Florio says if Manning doesn't pick the Broncos, Plan B does not entail Tebow leaving.
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Fan reaction to the story is varied. One fan says Tebow to Jacksonville is never going to happen, the last thing they want in Jacksonville is that circus, Tebow and Gabbert on the team. Another posts "Bring him to Jacksonville, he won't be our franchise QB longterm, but he'd sell some tickets. I'm all for it."
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Meanwhile Peyton is in Arizona. Peyton Manning arrived at the Arizona Cardinals facility. The free-agent quarterback showed up Sunday morning with Arizona coach Ken Whisenhunt, stepped out of a white SUV and nodded and waved to cameramen as he walked past a security gate and into a building.
A few minutes earlier, Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald arrived in his own car. This is the second stop on Manning's tour of teams he might end up signing with. The former Indianapolis Colts star met with the Denver Broncos on Friday night at the team's headquarters.
After Arizona, Manning reportedly is going to Florida to meet with the Miami Dolphins.