Brock Osweiler ended his NFL career. According to Mike Kliss of 9News, the former Denver Broncos quarterback has retired from the NFL at 28. Osweiler also spent time with the Houston Texas and Miami Dolphins, but will be known for his time with the Broncos when he was a backup.
"I'm extremely grateful for the time I got to play in the National Football League," Osweiler said in a clip interview Wednesday. "The experiences I had, the people I met, the relationships I made – I won't dwell on things that didn't happen in my career.
" Being a kid from Kalispell, Montana, I played for the Denver Broncos, I won Super Bowl, I had the opportunity to sign a second contract ̵
Osweiler was drafted by the Broncos in the second round in 2012 from Arizona State. He did not start a game in his first three seasons with the Broncos, but was a big part of the Broncos' offense in 2015 when he took over Manning, who was called up for four interceptions while playing for the Kansas City Chiefs. He started in seven games and led the team to five wins while completing 61 percent of his passes and throwing 10 touchdowns and six interceptions. Manning started the season and the Broncos went on to win the Super Bowl.
"This 2015 season is very special," Osweiler said. "The coaches, the players, they mean the world to me. I was grateful that I was able to play the role I played, but it was the ultimate team deal. There was a lot of talent in this football team, but I would say we were the closest of all teams in the National Football League. Our culture was beyond anything that could ever be created. It was so real, so real, that I think any coach or player on that team would do anything for anyone in that building that year. " Then Osweiler continued to sign troops a $ 72 million annual contract with Houston Texas, but he lasted only one season, completing just 59 percent of his passes while throwing 15 touchdowns and 16 interceptions. In 2017, Osweiler was traded to Cleveland Browns but cut off before the start of the regular season. He then signed a one-year deal with the Broncos and spent most of his time as a backup. Last year, Osweiler signed a one-year deal with the Miami Dolphins and he threw for 1,247 yards with six touchdowns and four interceptions in five starts.  Osweiler said he wanted to continue his career and really got interest from several teams. However, he said he has been looking for engagement throughout the season and the teams have stopped calling.He currently lives in Arizona with his wife and one daughter with another on the way.  —–
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