One day after using his backup quarterback as an emergency wide receiver, Fox reiterated: "He is a quarterback."
But in a pinch, Tebow makes an interesting decoy. Not that Fox wants to travel down that road again.
That forced Fox to use Tebow for a handful of plays out wide, especially since the former University of Florida standout knew the offense so intricately.
Tebow donned his receiver's gloves and ran the routes just like he was supposed to, even if Kyle Orton hardly glanced in his direction.
On Monday, Fox joked that Tebow stepped in and "actually graded 100 percent."
No joke: Tebow won't be switching positions anytime soon.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.