After a trying week that included a citation for marijuana possession three days before the NFL Draft, former Missouri star Shane Ray, a Kansas City native and Bishop Miege graduate, was selected by the Denver Broncos in the first round. “I went through hell,” said Ray. “You’re supposed to enjoy that time period of going to the draft and spending that time with your family. I didn’t have that luxury anymore.”
After a trying week that included a citation for marijuana possession three days before the NFL Draft, former Missouri star Shane Ray, a Kansas City native and Bishop Miege graduate, was selected by the Denver Broncos in the first round. “I went through hell,” said Ray. “You’re supposed to enjoy that time period of going to the draft and spending that time with your family. I didn’t have that luxury anymore.” David Zalubowski The Associated Press
After a trying week that included a citation for marijuana possession three days before the NFL Draft, former Missouri star Shane Ray, a Kansas City native and Bishop Miege graduate, was selected by the Denver Broncos in the first round. “I went through hell,” said Ray. “You’re supposed to enjoy that time period of going to the draft and spending that time with your family. I didn’t have that luxury anymore.” David Zalubowski The Associated Press

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May 03, 2015 09:53 PM