It’s not the Twilight Zone, the Texans present their new quarterback

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HOUSTON, TX – The Texans introduced their new quarterback, Brock Osweiler, at a press conference on Thursday.  The former Denver Bronco was joined by fellow free agent signees, Lamar Miller, Tony Bergstrom and Jeff Allen.

Osweiler joined the Texans on a reported 4-year contract worth $72 million.

“The Houston Texans are already a great football team,” Osweiler said. “Nobody needs to come in here and work a miracle. I’m just going to try and be the best me I can possibly be on a daily basis to add to this great football team.”

Osweiler spent four seasons in Denver, after being selected in the second round of the 2012 draft.  Last season, he started seven games for the Broncos, posting a 5-2 record.  In those starts, he passed for 1,967 yards, 10 touchdowns and six interceptions.



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