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.
After a three-year battle with cancer, #Texans lineman David Quessenberry returned to the field.
— Houston Texans (@HoustonTexans) May 23, 2017
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