And with that the Tyler Bray era in Kansas City Begins.
Of course the Tyler Bray era is likely going to begin with Bray as the number two or three quarterback in Kansas City.
Bray signed with the Chiefs shortly after not being selected in the seven round NFL draft last month.
It was originally reported that Bray had signed with the Miami Dolphins. Reportedly the Chiefs offered more signing bonus money.
Tyler Bray will be looking to prove to all the teams that passed on him that he’s a quarterback capable of being a starter in the NFL.
Bray’s father said earlier this month, in a radio interview, that the draft process was painful to go through for Tyler, but he’s where he wanted to be.
Andy Reid has a reputation for getting the most out of quarterbacks, which makes Kansas City a great landing spot for Bray.
Rookie mini-camps begin May 10 in Kansas City and run through May 12.
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