Brock Osweiler didn’t visit White House because of OTAs
Houston quarterback Brock Osweiler said he would have gone to the White House on Monday with his former team if the Texans had not held an OTA, according to NFL.com.
“If there was no OTA today, I would have gone to the White House,” Osweiler said of skipping the Broncos’ honorary trip to the White House for winning Super Bowl 50. “It would have been a tremendous experience.
“I believe that every single practice, every single rep, every single meeting I can get in this new offense is the most important thing for myself and my teammates right now.”
After playing the last four seasons as the Broncos’ backup quarterback behind Peyton Manning, Osweiler signed a four-year, $72 million contract with the Texans in March.