Studdesville is a players guy, and he will not play Tebow for risk of angering veterans. And the number of new coaches who would embrace a guy who I think is just a big time winner doesn't appear to be a large number.. It is a sad day in Denver because I really want to see this young man play. I hope the fan base who screamed so loudly to get rid of McD screams just as loudly to see Tebow play. This move was all about saving the integrity of a proud organization and ending the waves of negativity. My only hope is that they play Tebow to increase his trade value this was not just a give up on a promising young coach who made lots of poor PR decisions more than the bad personnel moves. I believe his 2010 draft will turn out to be one of the best in history. But circumstances are going to dictate that one of the greatest competitors in football history will never get his shot with this organization. Those who say he needs to show what he can do in practice they have no idea what an NFL practice looks like. He gets perhaps 5 plays per day at walk through speed. As far as running scout team it is looking at another teams play card and running a play you have only seen once or twice, and these are again not at football speed. Also QB's are never allow to improvise or go off script. these are where Tebows strengths basically what I am saying is he gets no chance in practice. He did look good and accurate when he got to play in pre-season. Look for Orton to be the guy for a long time 2-3 years at least. this team will put all its focus on defense and rightfully so. So to all those who wanted McD out I hope you realize you just signed off on Tebow's ticket out of town as well.