Several teams have already discussed a trade — either internally or with the Broncos — for the polarizing quarterback, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Those teams reportedly include the Jets, Dolphins, Jaguars and Packers.
The discussions when it comes to the Jets, though, might not have much traction, as Schefter reports that they're categorized as "a long shot" to land Tebow.
The Dolphins might also be an unrealistic destination, as The Miami Herald's Armando Salguero reports that multiple team sources have indicated to him that Tebow is not an option.
The Broncos are determined to trade Tebow sooner rather than later after inking Peyton Manning to a five-year, $96 million deal, according to Schefter. A Tebow trade reportedly could happen by the end of the week — if not sooner.
Manning stressed during his news conference on Tuesday that he would welcome Tebow as a teammate if the Broncos elected to retain him, but it's looking less and less likely that that'll be the case.