What, you think Waldo is hard to find? Try tracking down Peyton Hillis at the Broncos' offseason passing camp. One minute, he's split wide, a la Dallas Clark. The next minute, he's tangling with linebackers as a fullback in two-back formations. And when he finishes that drill, he swings over to tailback in single-back sets. Oh, and did we mention he's all the rage on special teams? Or that he believes, in his heart of hearts, that he could play linebacker on Sunday afternoons? Hillis isn't the Broncos' most valuable player, but, with apologies to fullback/linebacker Spencer Larsen, he may well be their most versatile. So, Peyton, are you a fullback, a tailback or a receiver? Or are you a man for all seasons? "I don't really know what I am at this point," Hillis said. "I think they're just filling me into different roles to see what I can do. They really haven't come up to me and said, 'You're this or you're that.' They're just kind of putting me in as a piece to the puzzle and seeing what happens." http://www.denverpost.com/broncos/ci_12549606 Can't believe we didn't try and make a move to get this guy.