Chiefs backup quarterback Tyler Bray says he expects more from himself as the team’s training camp continues to churn on in St. Joseph. “I’m not really a rookie anymore,” Bray said. “I can’t make the mistakes I made last year. I have the offense down, this will be my second year. I’ve got to act like a vet.”
Chiefs backup quarterback Tyler Bray says he expects more from himself as the team’s training camp continues to churn on in St. Joseph. “I’m not really a rookie anymore,” Bray said. “I can’t make the mistakes I made last year. I have the offense down, this will be my second year. I’ve got to act like a vet.” David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
Chiefs backup quarterback Tyler Bray says he expects more from himself as the team’s training camp continues to churn on in St. Joseph. “I’m not really a rookie anymore,” Bray said. “I can’t make the mistakes I made last year. I have the offense down, this will be my second year. I’ve got to act like a vet.” David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
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July 28, 2014 12:06 AM

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