Scenario: you're walking down the street and randomly walk into a marriage proposal. What do you do?
For former Bear and current Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen, the answer was to capture the magical moment on video.
Olsen was in Nashville this week to give a keynote speech at a healthcare conference. While walking back to his hotel on Thursday, he randomly stumbled into a marriage proposal. His first response: hit record on his phone and capture the whole thing on video.
"Did she say yes? I got it on video, dude," Olsen said emphatically. "I'm going to send it to you!
"She said yes and I got it all on video, and you don't even know me, but I'm going to send it to you."
The couple, according to the Panthers, is Max Harvat and Brooke Hartranft. The two were visiting Nashville for the week, but Harvat didn't necessarily plan the proposal. It was as much of a sporadic moment for him as it was random for Olsen.
"Oh my god, you're my hero," Harvat said to Olsen after the proposal.
As it turns out, Harvat grew up a Panthers fan. However, he had no idea that Olsen was the person recording the proposal in the moment, only happy that someone caught it on video. When he stood up, he realized who the mystery man was.
“When I stood up, I looked over and I started having a mini heart attack," Harvat said to panthers.com. "I was like, ‘I’m 90 percent sure that’s Greg Olsen from the Panthers!’
“I'm a huge Carolina fan. I was like, ‘Oh my God, you're telling me that Greg Olsen just recorded the whole thing?’ I was so excited. It was amazing."
The moment wasn't just special for Havrat and Hartranft, though.
"It's the best thing I've ever witnessed," Olsen said in the video.
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