Kroger apologizes for 'RIP Matt Schaub arm' display
HOUSTON (KTRK) -- Kroger is apologizing for a Halloween display poking fun at Matt Schaub.
The display showed a tombstone with "Matt Schaub Arm" written on the front.
Kroger released a statement on Tuesday, saying the display was created without approval from their marketing department and has been taken down. They say Kroger is a proud sponsor of the Texans and they're excited to support the team for the remainder of the season.
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