Found June 10, 2013 on
Fox Sports Southwest:
Late round NFL draft picks often have a tough road in the offseason to just make the final roster after the preseason, but Texans' sixth rounder David Quessenberry is experiencing a different kind of hardship off the gridiron.
Former San Jose State standout, Quessenberry came out of his Houston hotel near Reliant Stadium on Friday to find his truck missing.
In hopes to find what had been taken, Quessenberry send out a tweet to his follows asking for help, "Keep an eye out for my truck Houston. Last seen at spring hill suites by Reliant Stadium. Plate BA5 3454."
Keep an eye out for my truck Houston. Last seen at spring hill suites by Reliant Stadium. Plate BA5 3454 twitter.comDavidQberryst David Quessenberry (@DavidQberry) June 8, 2013
Good news for Quessenberry, his new salary should be more than enough to make a decent down payment on a brand new truck with all the bells and whistles if he can make the cut for the Texans.
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