Former Missouri defensive end Shane Ray was a consensus top-10 pick early in the draft process, but concerns about a lingering hyperextended right toe injury he suffered in the Citrus Bowl and Monday’s citation for marijuana possession have moved him down some draft boards.
Former Missouri defensive end Shane Ray was a consensus top-10 pick early in the draft process, but concerns about a lingering hyperextended right toe injury he suffered in the Citrus Bowl and Monday’s citation for marijuana possession have moved him down some draft boards. File photo by SHANE KEYSER skeyser@kcstar.com
Former Missouri defensive end Shane Ray was a consensus top-10 pick early in the draft process, but concerns about a lingering hyperextended right toe injury he suffered in the Citrus Bowl and Monday’s citation for marijuana possession have moved him down some draft boards. File photo by SHANE KEYSER skeyser@kcstar.com
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Mixed opinions abound on Shane Ray’s fate ahead of NFL Draft

April 30, 2015 2:00 AM