Tim Tebow uses prayer to 'bring man back to life'



Tim Tebow's heroics on the football field came to an end a few years ago but the former Heisman Trophy winner still plays the hero from time-to-time.

Last Sunday, Tebow was aboard a Delta Flight in which a passenger had a medical emergency. Tebow quickly joined the family, praying alongside them as they feared the worst.

Richard Gotti, who was a passenger aboard the flight, posted a picture of Tebow and others huddled around the ailing man. Gotti added that "When the plane landed in Phoenix they got a pulse back."


Crew members initially used defibrillator machines and were also forced to give the man CPR to keep his heart beating.

He may be out of the NFL but Tim Tebow can still pull off miracles.


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