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Say what you will about Tim Tebow's football skills, but there's no doubt about how amazing a person he's always been! The former NFL quarterback was vacationing in the Bahamas when he heard a former high school football teammate, Rodney Sumter, had been injured in the horrific Orlando attacks at Pulse nightclub. Related: Tebow Has Been Dominating [...]
Rodney Sumter, who was badly injured in the massacre at Pulse in Orlando, received a special hospital visit from his former high school football teammate Tim Tebow.
Tim Tebow left his vacation in the Bahamas this week to visit the surviving victims of the Orlando nightclub shooting who are still being treated at the hospital for injuries they sustained during the massacre.
Rodney Sumter was working at Pulse nightclub when he was shot.
One of the victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando got a hospital visit from an old high school teammate: Tim Tebow. Rodney Sumter, a bartender at Pulse, was shot three times. Sumter played football with Tebow at Ponte Vedra Beach Nease High School, and he posted on Instagram this week that Tebow left…
Tim Tebow visited former high school football teammate Rodney Sumter, who was injured in the Orlando mass shooting earlier this month, in (...)
Rodney Sumter, a bartender at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando who was shot three times and had two arms broken during the June 12 massacre which took the lives of 49 people, received a hospital visit from his former high school football teammate, Tim… Read The post Tim Tebow Pays Hospital Visit to Former Teammate Injured in Pulse Orlando Shooting appeared first on Towleroad.
Tim Tebow ditched a Bahamas vacation to visit a hospitalized high school football teammate who was shot in the Pulse nightclub massacre.
Tim Tebow went to the hospital to visit his former high school football teammate Rodney Sumter, who was injured in the horrible Orlando Pulse shooting earlier this month. Both played football together at Allen D. Nease High School. “My high school quarterback left the Bahamas to come and see me. Tebow has always been an [...]
Beefy former NFL Quarterback Tim Tebow paid a visit to a former high school teammate who was shot in the Orlando terrorist attack. Rodney Sumter played high school football with Tebow, and was working as a bartender at Pulse nightclub during the attack, which left him with multiple injuries. The Orlando Sentinel reports: Sumter was [...]
Rodney Sumter isn't Tim Tebow's most famous former football teammate, but Tebow came to be with his friend after Sumter was shot in the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando. Sumter was Tebow's teammate at Ponte Vedra Beach Nease High....Show More Summary
One of the survivors of the Orlando massacre is one of Tim Tebow's former high school football teammates -- who tells TMZ Sports he was "honored" that his old QB visited him in the hospital. We spoke with Rodney Sumter Jr. -- who was shot 3…
Victims of last week’s attack at Pulse nightclub in Orlando who have been recuperating at an area hospital got a pleasant surprise this week: visits from some sports stars with ties to the region. Shaquille O’Neal, Johnny Damon and Kaka went to Orlando Regional Medical Center together on Monday, and Tuesday saw Tim Tebow stopping by the facility. […]
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Tim Tebow, Shaq, Johnny Damon and Kaka helped to lift a few spirits in Orlando this week -- visiting several Pulse shooting victims in the hospital... TMZ Sports has learned.
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The closest Tim Tebow’s been to an NFL quarterback lately was when he played in Cam Newton’s celebrity kickball game last week. But the former Broncos/Jets/Patriots/Eagles sort-of quarterback said during an interview on “Larry King Now” that he hasn’t completely given up the dream. “I’ve talked to a lot of my friends who are in…
SEC Network analyst (and Ohio State recruiting material) Tim Tebow appears to be keeping his options open for other jobs outside the sports media. Tebow recently spoke to Larry King for an episode of Larry King Now (which airs on Ora...Show More Summary