The Denver Broncos are expected to move quickly on a Tim Tebow trade, but there are numerous suitors who will inquire about the former starter's drawing price. While a team such as the Jacksonville Jaguars is already heavily speculated as a suitor, how about the Green Bay Packers or the San Francisco 49ers, as ESPN's Adam Schefter reports:
Three teams to monitor as trade talks for Tim Tebow pick up: Jacksonville, Green Bay, San Francisco.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 20, 2012
The Packers are set at quarterback with Aaron Rodgers airing the ball out, making it hard to imagine Tebow fitting into that scheme as some sort of slash player. The 49ers, on the other hand, do make for an interesting possibility. They are likely to lose Alex Smith, but Colin Kaepernick might be ready to step in. Still, Tebow could work well with Jim Harbaugh even if Smith is brought back or Kaepernick ascends to the role. And, well, there's always the possibility that Tebow could beat out Kaepernick in a training camp battle.
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