Texans' David Quessenberry Downs Bell Celebrating Final Chemotherapy Treatment

Zac Wassink@https://twitter.com/ZacWassinkFeatured ColumnistApril 13, 2017

Houston Texans offensive tackle David Quessenberry still hasn't officially debuted for the club during a regular-season game, but the 26-year-old drafted by the Texans back in 2013 notched quite the impressive victory this past Wednesday. 

As Sam Gardner of Fox Sports explained, Quessenberry had his NFL career put on hold when he was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin T-lymphoblastic lymphoma in June 2014. Roughly three years later, he was able to celebrate his last chemotherapy treatment by ringing a ceremonial bell at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston.

The big man couldn't contain his excitement, though, as he rang the bell enthusiastically before it fell to the ground. 

"This bell, just like cancer, never stood a chance," Quessenberry added to his Instagram post. 

He remains on Houston's active/non-football illness list, and we hope we'll see him back on the field soon. 

[Instagram]

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