David Quessenberry Joins Practice for First Time Since Lymphoma Diagnosis

According to the Bleacher Report, David Quessenberry has practiced with his Houston Texans teammates for the first time since he received his non-Hodgkin’s T lymphoblastic lymphoma diagnosis in 2014.

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The offensive tackle finished his last round of chemotherapy in April. He’s now getting back to his fitness routine in a bid to get back onto the field, but admits that he feels that he’s in “uncharted territory.” Quessenberry joined the Texans in 2013 but has yet to play a competitive game for the team due to a broken foot and then his lymphoma diagnosis.

The 26-year-old NFL star, who previously played for San Jose, is an inspiration for anyone currently going through lymphoma treatment. NFL fans and non-fans alike will be glad to see him return to the football field.

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