KJ Osborn, former Miami WR, saves man from burning car in Austin
KJ Osborn, a former standout wide receiver for Miami, was a hero Sunday night in Austin, Texas. He, along with the help of 3 other good Samaritans, saved the life of a man by pulling him from a burning car following a wreck.
Osborn posted about it Monday after it was broken by reporters. He said he was in the “right place at the right time” to save the man.
Right Place Right Time. 💜 pic.twitter.com/Jxcn0qBouC
— KJ Osborn (@KJ_Osborn) March 7, 2023
Here are pictures of the car that Vikings’ WR @KJ_Osborn helped pull a man from Sunday night in Austin, Texas: pic.twitter.com/4jhk2bcTaf
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 7, 2023
As you can see, it was a pretty nasty situation and Osborn, alongside the other 3 helpers, prevented a disaster.
Osborn has played 3 years in the NFL after playing his final season at Miami after 4 years in Buffalo. He was drafted 176th overall by the Vikings in 2020. He has totaled 1305 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns across his 3 years in the NFL.