From KDVR in Denver:
For U.S. Army Ranger Romy Camargo, a self-described “super fan,” Tebow’s visit was a huge surprise.
“That was awesome,” Camargo said. “I couldn’t believe it. I was like, ‘Wow!’, but I’m glad Gabby got to meet him because she’s a big fan.”
Both Camargo and his wife Gabriela were stunned when Tebow walked through the door.
“It’s my pleasure, man,” Tebow said to Camargo.
After reading what Camargo has endured since getting shot in the neck and being left a quadriplegic during a combat mission in Afghanistan, Tebow wanted to meet the wounded warrior.