Since he was first drafted by the team in 2013, fans of the Houston Texans have followed the saga of David Quessenberry. To put it mildly, his is a unique tale. There simply aren’t very many people who could get diagnosed with cancer, successfully complete chemotherapy, joyously break the freaking bell at MD Anderson, get back on the football field, get cut, sign with the practice squad, and continue working toward accomplishing the dream of securing a 53-man roster spot.
David Quessenberry is an amazing story, so it probably shouldn’t be any surprise that he continues to add to his legacy.
My story on Texans OL David Quessenberry's first visit to MD Anderson Cancer Center as a visitor instead of a patient, with tremendous video by @SteveRaumSI: https://t.co/Mq3LQUMzz6 pic.twitter.com/1oJFLir1h4— Robert Klemko (@RobertKlemko) December 12, 2017
Please read that story by Robert Klemko and watch the accompanying video. It will do your heart good and make you even prouder to be a fan of this team, no matter how 2017 has gone.