Tim Tebow will have performed his last Mile High Miracle if the Denver Broncos win the race to land Peyton Manning, Pro Football Network reported Sunday.
A source close to the team said Tebow stands to be traded upon the arrival of the four-time MVP.
The report claims the Jacksonville Jaguars are lining themselves up to acquire the unconventional quarterback, who led the Broncos on a sometimes-improbable run to the AFC West title last season.
Manning met with Broncos vice president of football operations John Elway and coach John Fox on Friday during a six-hour visit to the team's facility in Denver as the recently-released former Colt began the search for a new home after spending his entire pro career in Indianapolis.
Manning will meet with Cardinals bosses Sunday after arriving in Arizona on Saturday night, hoping to make a decision on his future within the next few days.
The Denver source claimed Tebow's starting spot would be safe should Manning snub the Broncos.
Tebow made no comment regarding his future in Denver while speaking with reporters at a fundraiser for a wounded war veteran in Tampa on Friday night.