The New York Jets have no plans to trade backup quarterback Tim Tebow before Tuesday's deadline, according to the New York Daily News.
Tebow averaged just seven snaps through the team's first seven games, but sources told the Daily News that head coach Rex Ryan wants to get Tebow more involved in the offense going forward.
Tebow has also served as the personal punt protector.
In a Sports Illustrated survey of 180 NFL players, Tebow was the runaway winner as the league's most overrated player.
According to multiple reports, Tebow received 34 percent of the votes. The man Tebow understudies, Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez, tied with Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo for second place at eight percent.