Tebow considering NFL's draft invitation, but family will be a factor

Tim Tebow doesn't yet know where he plans to watch the NFL draft.

The former Florida quarterback says he's still considering the NFL's offer to be on hand at New York's Radio City Music Hall for the first round Thursday night, but he wants his family there.

Tebow told NFL Network's Rich Eisen that he spent the better part of Tuesday talking with his agent and family to see if he could get everybody to New York in time to hangout before and after the draft.

"The most important thing to me -- if you know me -- is my family," Tebow said. "For me to look at it (as) my moment because I have worked for it, that's being selfish. This is their moment, too. It's my family's moment. To not be with them, it's a hard thing for me to do."

Seventeen other prospects are confirmed to attend the three-day draft.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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