I think the Broncos' intentions are to sign Manning today if possible, which should be obvious, but if they leave the workout and give him a physical without signing him and he gets back to Tennessee, I think all bets are off.
There is also a rumor from my friend Josh Sanchez at FanSided's NFLSpinZone.com that the Broncos would potentially part ways with their first round pick in order to sign Pittsburgh's Mike Wallace if they get Manning.
Also, Incarcerated Bob seems pretty set on the fact that Manning-to-Denver is a done deal, and that his meeting with the Titans was just due diligence. You can make what you want of Bob's report--we are just relaying the message!
This thread will be updated throughout the day with the latest news and rumors. The Broncos were also scheduled to have visits in Denver with cornerback Marcus Trufant and linebacker Jameel McClain on Friday.
UPDATE at 12:33 PM CST: According to NFL Network's Jason La Canfora, the Broncos have scheduled a visit with former Tampa Bay Bucs linebacker Geno Hayes. Could be a bad sign for those who want to retain Wesley Woodyard.
UPDATE: 1:47 PM et: According to Mike Klis, the parameters of the deal the Broncos want to offer Peyton Manning are pretty reasonable - 5 years, $60 million with $30 million in G-Jack. The Broncos are hoping to bring Manning back to Denver today - if they can.
UPDATE: 4:16 PM ET: TE Fred Davis signs his tender to stay in Washington which guarantees him $5.416 million next year.
UPDATE: 7:40 PM ET: The Oakland Raiders sign guard Mike Brisiel and CB Rob Bartell.