Brock Osweiler’s wife Erin Osweiler was confronted by another woman at a pizza shop. Brock more or less stiff armed the woman, to prevent his wife from being attacked. The woman’s boyfriend took umbrage with the stiff arm and proceeded to shove Brock from behind. Amazingly, Brock had the presence of mind to get his wife and friends into the car and leave, without hitting back or anything. I bet his pending free agency was on his mind – tens of millions of dollars could’ve easily been down the drain had he lost his temper. Thankfully, he kept his cool and is now soon to be a member of the Houston Texans, pulling down a cool $72 million dollar contract in the process.
Brock Osweiler’s wife Erin Osweiler helps him prepare by reading off a play so that he can then say it back to her like he would in the huddle. While that might seem boring, think about the payoff in the end – a starting QB in the NFL makes mucho dinero. Erin’s hardwork with Brock appears to have paid off, as Brock took over for Peyton Manning tonight and had a vastly better game than his much-older (and clearly worse, at least lately) teammate.
Brock Osweiler and Erin Costales were introduced by mutual friends and were married in Scottsdale, AZ on February 28th, 2014. Brock had grand plans for the proposal, but upon becoming anxious about losing the right, he popped the question randomly one night at their home. The couple’s first dance was to “Thinking Out Loud” by Ed Sheeran, a song that I’m quite certain that I’ve never heard. They were married at a golf course in Arizona, right off the 18th hole – something that Brock had planned for quite some time.
Soon after the wedding, Brock found himself anxious to return to football.
We had a wonderful time on our honeymoon. But when we got back, I couldn’t sit still. I had a fire burning inside of me that I haven’t had in the past three years here.
This may very well have had something to do with the fact that Peyton Manning was debating retirement. Brock and wife Erin returned to Denver very early, in March, and Brock trained all summer with the team’s trainers. Given that Brock is in a contract year, this extra practice combined with the late night sessions of playbook practice with Erin may very well prove to be worth a lot of money.
Anxious to see his first career start, on his 25th birthday no less, Brock Osweiler’s wife and family went through quite the ordeal to get to Chicago amidst a snowstorm. After O’Hare airport was the recipient of over 11 inches of snow, Brock’s parent’s flight was cancelled – forcing them to rent a car and drive 1,000 miles to get to the game. Brock’s wife also suffered a cancelled flight but was able to find an itinerary through a few cities that got her in Chicago in time.