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  • Ryan Schraeder talks about growing up in Wichita, rooting for Chiefs

    One Atlanta Falcon who isn’t taking this storybook Super Bowl run for granted is starting right tackle Ryan Schraeder. After all, it wasn’t that long ago when Schraeder was fresh out of Maize High School and living a football-less existence while working at a meatpacking plant in Wichita.

One Atlanta Falcon who isn’t taking this storybook Super Bowl run for granted is starting right tackle Ryan Schraeder. After all, it wasn’t that long ago when Schraeder was fresh out of Maize High School and living a football-less existence while working at a meatpacking plant in Wichita. Terez Paylor tpaylor@kcstar.com
One Atlanta Falcon who isn’t taking this storybook Super Bowl run for granted is starting right tackle Ryan Schraeder. After all, it wasn’t that long ago when Schraeder was fresh out of Maize High School and living a football-less existence while working at a meatpacking plant in Wichita. Terez Paylor tpaylor@kcstar.com

Hard work took Falcons’ Schraeder from Kansas meatpacking plant to Super Bowl

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