Anybody watching the NFL's coverage of the opening of training camps this week got an eyeful of Peyton Manning going through what amounted to quarterback calisthenics.
Not real exciting, but at least as interesting as regular season Major League Baseball.
Now, what might have made it more interesting than baseball is if Tim Tebow hadn't been dealt out of the Mile High City.
Of course at the time the team won the Manning sweepstakes, they spoke altruistically of how highly they thought of their soon to be ex-quarterback, Tim Tebow. He was a great guy, a leader and a winner who deserves a starting job somewhere in the NFL.
And out of sheer gratitude for his lofty accomplishments of 2011 they would trade him someplace that presented a better opportunity for him. Some believed part of the equation was Tebow's immense popularity and the team not wanting a controversial situation with Tebow losing his job.
But are those reasons true? For one thing...