Denver will let QB’s compete, Jets should do same Dan Leberfeld

Tim Tebow, who took the Denver Broncos to the playoffs this season, will have to compete for his job next summer.

“We will be in the market to find more quarterbacks,” Broncos President John Elway told Jeff Legwold of the Denver Post. “That’s our approach with Tim being our starter as we go to training camp, that we’ll look at free agency and the draft.

“Anybody who comes in at any position is going to think they have a chance to compete. Any free agent or anybody that comes in here when we start training camp is going to be competing for jobs.”

The Jets should take the same approach with Mark Sanchez, but based on recent comments from Rex Ryan and Mike Tannenbaum, they might not.