The top earning NFL player from Texas is not a former NFL player, according to a search on Google.
The search for “NFL quarterback” returns 11 results.
The top result is a Google search for John L. Sullivan.
Sullivan is the former Texans offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach and is now a staff assistant at Houston Methodist University.
The second result is for the Houston Texans’ general manager, who also is an assistant coach and offensive coordinator at Houston.
The last result is from the Houston Rockets.
A search for the team’s owner, chairman and CEO returns six results.
That search shows a link to a website called the Houston Dynamo.
The third result is in the NFL’s “NFL team” section.
It includes the name of an individual who works for the Dallas Cowboys and the number of seasons they have had.
The fourth result is the number and type of a website search for NFL Network.
The fifth result is an advertisement on a website.
That ad is for a football game on NFL Network and is part of a promotional campaign for the network.
The sixth result is listed as the “highest paid” in the section of the search results that contain NFL Network content.
The advertisement for the game does not mention any football team.
The seventh result is titled “NFL Team of the Year.”
It contains the word “team” and “NFL.”
It also says the “most valuable” is the Dallas Cowboy.
The Houston Texans are listed as second.
The eighth result is entitled “NFL player of the year.”
The word “NFL” appears four times.
The first two words are capitalized, and the final two are underlined.
The word is capitalized in every instance.
The ninth result is about the number “5,000.”
The words “five thousand” and the word are capitalised, and are underline.
The numbers in parentheses are the number in parentheses.
The tenth result is called “NFL franchise.”
The name of the franchise is written below.
It says the Dallas Mavericks.
The next result is “NFL game of the week.”
The last word is spelled “march,” and the text is capitalised.
The second word is underlined in the upper right corner of the page.
The NFL Network website also has links to games on ESPN and Fox.