Cowboys rookie Taco Charlton lands sponsorship deal with Mexican restaurant

Cowboys rookie Taco Charlton lands sponsorship deal with Mexican restaurant

“Taco is serious about football, and we are serious about Tex-Mex, and that is a winning combination”.

His given name is Vidauntae, but he was born premature with his grandma saying he was “running for the border”, a Taco Bell slogan at the time.

“I’ve been trying them my whole life”, Charlton said, via Rapoport.

Charlton, the No. 28 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, will fill a huge pass rushing void for the Cowboys this season.

How does Charlton compare to the taco variety the chain already had?

Charlton is the ideal man to be the face of Taco Bueno, and he was already doing his part Tuesday morning.

The Texas-based fast-food restaurant chain has announced a partnership with Dallas Cowboy’s rookie taco.

“I actually fell asleep towards the back end of the first round of the draft”, Taco Bueno CEO Mike Roper said. “Jerry Jones really outdid us on that one”.

“In my short time here, I have discovered that Texas is THE PLACE for tacos”, Charlton said. Taco Bueno is the one to seal the deal. “Taco Bueno is as passionate about their food and service as I am about my performance on the field”.

Rovell also adds in his ESPN story that Taco Bueno has more than 180 locations across seven states. Now, the former MI star has the flawless endorsement deal to match.

Specific terms of the deal were not disclosed publicly.

Taco Bueno has 184 restaurants in Colorado, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Louisiana.