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May 16, 2015

Tim Tebow and Riley Cooper send 'get well' video to high school QB with brain tumor

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A Pennsylvania high school football player got a heartwarming pep talk from two Philadelphia Eagles players Tuesday.

Colin Shank, a junior at Lampeter-Strasburg High School in Lancaster and quarterback of the school's team, was diagnosed with a brain tumor in April, according to Lancaster Online.

To show their support, Eagles players Riley Cooper and Tim Tebow recorded a short video for him, telling him to "stay strong." Tebow added that he was praying for him.

Following the video, Shank got some good news. His tumor was eradicated following successful surgery at CHOP, and he'll be allowed to return to all sports activities in three months.