Guy Starts Petition For Brock Osweiler To Donate The Money He Robbed From Texans Back To Houston | Total Pro Sports
REPORT: Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott Files Lawsuit Against NFL
After Watching Teammates Get Paid & Not Him, Le’Veon Bell Fills Out Application To Work At Dairy Queen (VIDEO)

Guy Starts Petition For Brock Osweiler To Donate The Money He Robbed From Texans Back To Houston

by: Darrelle Lincoln On  Friday, September 1, 2017
Image via Getty

Image via Getty

Last season, the Houston Texans signed QB Brock Osweiler to an astounding four-year, $72 million deal to be the quarterback of the foreseeable future. At the time, things were looking up for the franchise.

Then they actually saw him play and things went terribly wrong right away. Wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins had played with a ridiculous amount of QB’s during his 4-year career, but it took a terrible Osweiler to make him look like an average receiver. The Texans cut their losses when they traded him to the Cleveland Browns following last season.

Over the past few days, the Houston area has been pounded with rain from Hurricane Harvey. The city was damn near under water, as many lost their lives or their homes.

One fan in the area decided to create a Petition to have former Texans QB Brock Osweiler pay back all the money he stole from the franchise to help the people in the area recover.

The petition reads as follows:

Brock Osweiler was signed by the Houston Texans a year ago, and we all know how that worked out. Hurricane Harvey tragically rolled through southeast this week is what was the biggest disaster in Houston since Osweiler’s tenure. After a year of watching Brock, a man who was offered a $72 million dollar contract who now can’t even start for the Browns, Houston fans deserve for him to return some of the money he robbed back to the community. Brock, we are asking for you to donate a portion of your contract back to Houston so it can be dispersed to aid in charge of purchasing food & supplies to the victims. But please, we beg you, have someone else send it, your check would probably get intercepted in the mail.

 thumb



AWESOME STORIES FROM THE WEB

LATEST STORIES