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Tim Tebow Discusses Decision to Stay with Fan Who Suffered Seizure

New York Mets outfielder Tim Tebow was signing autographs on Tuesday after an instructional league game in Scottsdale, Arizona, when a nearby fan suffered a seizure. The former Heisman Trophy winner told reporters on Wednesday that it was a no-brainer to comfort the man during the scary situation. According to ESPN.com's Adam Rubin, Tebow put the situation in perspective after he stood beside and prayed for Brandon Berry: Let me ask you a question: What would be more important, that I go to the locker room and I get on the bus and we get back a little bit quicker? In my opinion, it's not even a choice.
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