Tyler Bray

#9QB,
Height: 6' 6"
Weight: 215
Born:
College: Tennessee
Birth Place: Clovis, California
Draft: Undrafted
  • Patrick Mahomes II on first week with Chiefs: 'We're getting better every single rep'
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    Patrick Mahomes II on first week with Chiefs: 'We're getting better every single rep'

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The first week of Kansas City Chiefs offseason practice for Patrick Mahomes II was noteworthy not so much for anything the rookie did or didn’t accomplish, but for where he was positioned on the quarterback depth chart. Mahomes was a solid No. 3 behind starter Alex Smith and second-string quarterback Tyler Bray. That wasn't a surprise, not with the Chiefs determined not to ruin Mahomes by rushing him into the lineup before they determine he's ready to play. So his stay as the third quarterback could last for some time. "There's more than just stepping back and throwing the football," Chiefs coach Andy Reid said. "That position we've grown into a pretty tough thing to pick

  • Panthers add DE from the UK to practice squad
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    Panthers add DE from the UK to practice squad

    The Carolina Panthers added some talent this week from the other side of the globe. On Thursday, the team added Nigerian born and London-raised defensive end Efe Obada to their practice squad. When the news broke, Obada told NFL Films how he got into football and the effect it has had on him as a man: Carolina was awarded Obada through the NFL’s International Player Pathway Program, which gave each NFC South team an under-the-radar prospect from outside of the United States. He has previously spent time on the practice squads for several teams around the league, including the Dallas Cowboys, Kansas City Chiefs and Atlanta Falcons. If nothing else, Obada’s size should make him an attractive option

  • Windy City Gridiron

    Five Bears Benefit From New Rule Change

    When the NFL owners announced the decision to eliminate the first roster cut-down period, it reassured one thing: competition is king. Previously, teams were forced to cut rosters down from 90 to 75 players just before the fourth preseason game of the year. Now, upwards of 480 players will have an additional opportunity to more film out for their respective teams and the other 31 teams in the league. There will be only one cut down following the preseason, from a 90-man roster to a 53-man. Needless to say, Ryan Pace will have much of the 53-man roster decided before the final preseason game; however, many players will greatly benefit from additional practice time and extra game reps. I'll highlight