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Top Ten Tweets Ripping "Traitor A$$hole" Brock Osweiler's Return to Broncos

A Brock Osweiler image shared on the NFL Memes Facebook page after the Broncos defeated his Houston Texans last October.
A Brock Osweiler image shared on the NFL Memes Facebook page after the Broncos defeated his Houston Texans last October.
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Because of an injury to second-string bust-in-the-making quarterback Paxton Lynch, your Denver Broncos have signed Brock Osweiler to the team. Yes, the very same Brock Osweiler who left the squad last year in favor of the Houston Texans, mostly because he was upset that the team didn't dump future Hall of Famer Peyton Manning in favor of him during the march to victory in Super Bowl 50. And fans haven't forgotten, blasting him on Twitter much as they did when he signed a $72 million deal to split — and when the Broncos bested him and the Texans last October.

Denver loyalists were definitely upset when Osweiler walked away in March 2016, as witnessed by these sample tweets from the time:

Brock you fucking asshole

I can't fucking believe Brock is leaving. That motherfucker.

Brock Osweiler is an asshole! Why would he leave Denver!

Hey Brock Osweiler, If Ur Salty Cause U Got Benched When Peyton Got Healthy, Then Hand Over Ur Fkn Championship Ring U Dumb Shit.

fuck you Brock. have fun with the Texans. #whatajoke

An image of Brock Osweiler tweeted in March 2016, back when Texans fans were actually happy about his signing.
An image of Brock Osweiler tweeted in March 2016, back when Texans fans were actually happy about his signing.
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A joke is precisely what Osweiler became. His stint with the Texans was underwhelming from the start, and when Denver defeated Houston 27-9 last October 24, tweeters expressed their delight in often profane terms:

How do you waste $72 million? @bosweiler17 Brock Osweiler the fucking traitor fuck you dude

Brock Osweiler is the worst thing 72 million dollars has ever bought #facts

The Texans are dumb asf... Brock osweiler is no where near worth a 72 million dollar contract... gaaaaaaaaaaaarbage

I can think of 72 million reasons why Brock Osweiler sucks

Brock Osweiler got a 72 million dollar contract with a 12 million dollar signing bonus. And he fucking blows.

By season's end, the Texans were finished with Osweiler, dealing him to the woeful Cleveland Browns. Yet somehow, he wasn't able to beat out rookie DeShone Kizer for the starting gig, making him expendable — and after the injury to Lynch, the Broncos plucked him off the scrap heap for the veterans' minimum of $775,000.

Not that Brock is in any danger of going hungry. After all, $37 million of his contract with the Texans was guaranteed, and the Browns will be paying him more than $15 million this season. But these dollars won't protect him from anger over him having a job while civil-rights martyr Colin Kaepernick remains unemployed and safety T.J. Ward was cut loose in part to create a roster spot for Osweiler.

Here are ten Twitter examples of the continuing ire directed at BO.

Brock Osweiler looking confused during his stint with the Texans.
Brock Osweiler looking confused during his stint with the Texans.
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