We’re all aware that the Denver Broncos will bring in some quarterback competition so that Tim Tebow has to work that much harder in the off season. Tebow has been named the starting QB heading into training camp, but that won’t necessarily be the case when the 2012 season kicks off in September.
John Fox told the Denver Post that the Broncos will bring in not one, but two quarterbacks to compete with Tebow.
“Numbers wise that’s accurate,” Broncos coach John Fox said Monday over a team cafeteria lunch of barbecue chicken and macaroni and cheese. “Who, what, where, when, what market — it’s still way too early how we get those quarterbacks.” – Mike Klis (Denver Post)
That should come as no surprise despite all of the “breaking” headlines today. The Broncos only have Adam Weber under contract. Brady Quinn is likely out the Denver door, so the Broncos must bring in additional talent under center.
The question is where will the Broncos get their two quarterbacks? One through the draft and one through free agency? It will be difficult finding a free agent who wants to step into this hot bed situation in Denver where fans boisterously want Tebow to start.
It’s a wait and see game for us, but for the Broncos coaching staff and scouts, they’ve been at this since last April after the last draft ended.