With the looks of it, Tebow's times looks to be limited in Denver. With the new likes of John Elway and company, it seems that they have nothing invested in the kid and having Tebow there is causing more problems then helping. Since Tebow is such a lovable guy and such a leader, the fans in Denver are screaming for him but it is apparently obvious that Kyle Orton and even Brady Quinn are a much better option for their team right now. Having fans against Orton and for Tebow is not helping their situation over there in Denver and it seems that getting rid of Tebow looks to be their best bet if they do not see a future with him...and that is what it sounds like.
My question is could it hurt? I know Nix and company really liked Tebow and were planning on drafting him. #9 was too high for the kid, even though we haven't seen much from Spiller yet (although you and me both have high hopes). If Nix liked him so much do you think he would be interested in trading for him? I mean, how much would it take? A 4th? I am not sure, but it would be ideal and worth the risk in my opinion. Fitz is the obvious starter right now, and Tebow can sit back and learn and watch. A lot is up in the air at the QB position for the future and really depends on how Fitz does this year. Having Tebow in the background, knowing that he will not start nor is ready to start could be beneficial for the Bills future whether or not Fitz becomes the man or not. Aaron Rodgers spent a lot of time on the pine watching Brett Favre. And from what I remember, Rodgers throwing technique was criticized coming out of college too. By sitting a couple years with no intention to start right away might develop the kid. And for Chan Gailey and his style, Tebow is a great fit. The whole running QB thing. And I am sure we could find a way to use him on goal line situations to pound in the ball for scores...its what Tebow does best. I think its worth a shot for the right price. Giving a 4th or 5th for a kid with the abilities he has is worth it. Especially because I think Gailey could find a way to make him into a solid pro. What do you think?