- Bill Williamson, ESPN Staff Writer
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Brady Quinn has a decent chance to stick around as a backup quarterback if Denver signs Peyton Manning. Both he and Manning have the same agent, and it could make sense for Quinn to stick around if Manning signs with the Broncos.
If Tim Tebow remains the starter, Quinn will likely walk.
Quinn might have a hint that Manning isn't heading to Denver, or perhaps he's not waiting for him to make a decision.
The Denver Post is reporting Quinn will visit the Jets on Friday. New York has a backup job available.
Meanwhile, ESPN’s John Clayton has reported Tennessee agreed to terms with guard Steve Hutchinson. The Broncos and Titans are among the teams fighting to sign Manning. The Broncos haven’t done anything in free agency because they are waiting to see what Manning does.
Denver has $38 million in cap room. Tennessee has less cap room. It’s time for Denver to start signing some players while waiting for Manning. Not all of its cap space will go to Manning.
In other AFC West news:
ESPN’s Adam Schefter is reporting Denver receiver/returner Eddie Royal is taking a physical in San Diego. That could mean a contract is next. I like Royal's fit in San Diego.
Oakland pass-rusher Trevor Scott is visiting the Patriots. Scott was once a promising Oakland prospect, but he's been slowed by injuries. I think he is still a decent prospect. I wonder what Bill Belichick could do with him?