Just how difficult will it be for the Denver Broncos to find a taker for Tim Tebow? The market has yet to clearly reveal itself.
NFL Network's Michael Lombardi already reported that five teams have expressed interest in Tebow.
ESPN.com later reported Tuesday the Jaguars, Packers, Dolphins and even the Jets are all interested in the quarterback's services.
Each of the four teams named in the report have a need at either starting or backup quarterback, but Tebow would bring the circus, no doubt. That's not necessarily a good thing.
(The poor Jets might have to give Mark Sanchez another contract extension when he hears about this.)
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported Tuesday that a source familiar with Packers general manager Ted Thompson believes he'd only offer a late-round pick for Tebow.
The Miami Herald, meanwhile, cited multiple team sources on Tuesday in reporting the Dolphins have no interest in Tebow. Reached by the Herald on Tuesday, Miami general manager Jeff Ireland -- taking a break from glowering at the small army of "Fireland" protesters outside Dolphins headquarters -- declined to discuss Tebow.
Count the San Francisco 49ers as one team not interested. When asked about Tebow, CEO Jed York told the San Jose Mercury News: "He's not coming here."