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Sport Tim Tebow emotionally honors dog Bronco's death with heartfelt goodbye

17:35  22 november  2019
17:35  22 november  2019 Source:   usatoday.com

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During his career, Tim Tebow has taken some pretty big hits, but none more powerful than when he lost his furry friend. The football legend recorded an emotional video of him laying on the floor with Bronco during the canines final hours. In the video, Tebow is overcome with emotion as he says

Tim Tebow had to make one of his "toughest goodbyes " on Wednesday. The former NFL quarterback shared a heartbreaking tribute to his sick dog , Bronco , featuring emotional videos of himself with his pup.

A heartbroken Tim Tebow shared videos from Wednesday when he had to say goodbye to his dog, Bronco.

Tim Tebow standing in front of a crowd: Former Florida quarterback and NFL player Tim Tebow looks up at the scoreboard during the first half of an NCAA college football game between Florida and Georgia.© John Raoux, AP Former Florida quarterback and NFL player Tim Tebow looks up at the scoreboard during the first half of an NCAA college football game between Florida and Georgia.

The minor league baseball player and former Heisman Trophy winner had to put down his Rhodesian Ridgeback, who he received as a birthday gift from his brother Robby. The dog was named after the Denver Broncos, the team that selected Tebow in the first round of the 2010 NFL draft.

"One of the toughest goodbyes, Tebow wrote on Twitter with an array of photos Of Bronco. "Wanted to make a special tribute to the sweetest boy ever - thank you for all the joy you brought and all the memories."

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Tim Tebow broke down in tears while feeding his dog Bronco one last snack. “One of the toughest goodbyes ,” he wrote under the Instagram video posted Tebow also shared a cache of photos of him with Bronco on Thursday, including one of a special burial spot. “Im so thankful and humbled by

After Tim Tebow was selected by Denver with the 25th pick in the first round of the 2010 NFL draft, he received a gift: a Rhodesian Ridgeback puppy, who he named On Wednesday, Tebow posted a touching video to Instagram of him spending time with Bronco before the dog was put to sleep.

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Tebow added a heartfelt tribute Thursday to Bronco on Instagram, posting a picture of himself kneeling before his dog's grave with a caption that read: “Im (sic) so thankful and humbled by everyone’s support, prayers and love. I was able to lay Bronco to rest in a really special place. Thank you all for so much encouragement. I love you Bronco, thanks for being the sweetest boy.”

Tebow is expected to start spring training with the New York Mets in 2020 after spending three seasons with the organization at the minor league level.

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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Tim Tebow emotionally honors dog Bronco's death with heartfelt goodbye

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