Every time Preston Winslow plays football with his dad, the 4-year-old pretends to be Tim Tebow.
The Denver Broncos quarterback is his favorite player. Just mention Tebow's name and his face lights up.
His parents revel in those grins. There may not be many left.
Preston has acute myeloid leukemia, or AML. Diagnosed in 2010, he stopped responding to treatment last month, his parents said.
On Saturday, for a few hours at least, Tebow helped them forget.
In town to host a training event for members of D1, a sports facility he co-owns in north Tampa, Tebow spent some time on an indoor field with Preston.
CLICK HERE to read more from the Tampa Times.
4 Ways to Add Rowing Exercises to Your Workouts
12 hours ago