Mar 18, 2012 1:12 AM by Andy Koen
Denver Broncos backup quarterback Brady Quinn signed with the Kansas City Chiefs on Saturday as prized free agent Peyton Manning worked out for the Tennessee Titans. The Broncos overt attempt to recruit the 4 time NFL MVP has lead to speculation that third year quarterback Tim Tebow could end up in New England this season.
Titans General Manager Ruston Webster said Peyton looked "comfortable" during the workouts. Manning went through similar drills for Denver and San Francisco earlier in the week at the practice fields of Duke University.
There are purely speculative reports that if Manning signs the $90 million offer with Denver that Tebow would be quickly traded. Jacksonville is on the top of most lists, but many blogs and sports writers are saying New England could make a play for Tebow.
Number 15 was recruited by the pats offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels. Tebow is not likely to replace Tom Brady in that scenario, but head coach Bill Belichick has been known to use players in variety of different positions.
Other surprising teams include the Philadelphia Eagles, the Buffalo Bills and the Pittsburgh Steelers.