Tony Sparano not too chatty about Tim Tebow's role

Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano during a game

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Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano during a game against the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium. (Oct. 30, 2011) (Credit: Getty)

Tony Sparano kept his game plan close to his chest, refusing to reveal his in-game tactics for Tim Tebow.

"I won't give you the vision on what I think his role will be in the offense," the Jets' new offensive coordinator said during Thursday's conference call, his first interview since the Tebow trade.

Sparano said the backup quarterback will get anywhere from one to 20 snaps a game,...

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