It's everything but official: Peyton Manning has found a new home with the Denver Broncos.

According to ESPN senior analyst Chris Mortensen, Manning will become the next quarterback of the Denver Broncos. Manning has reportedly instructed his agent to start negotiating the details of a contract with the Broncos. Barring any snags in the contract, Manning could be working with the Broncos as early as April 16th.

And what about Denver's current "wonder kid" Tim Tebow? Sources have said that the Broncos will possibly try to trade Tebow once the Manning deal becomes official.

I think this is a pretty good match for Manning. There's good rapport between Manning and Broncos' owner John Elway, and Manning would most likely have the freedom to play the offensive game he wants to play. However, I think it's a shame that they're cutting Tebow loose. He may be young, but he has a lot of potential, and there could've been a golden opportunity for Tebow to learn from one of the best QBs in the game. Regardless, all eyes will be on Denver this coming football season.

What do you think? Is this a good move for Manning, or a bad move?