Tyler Bray hopes to learn from Smith
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Tyler Bray believes that every rookie has something to prove.
He may have more than most.
The former Tennessee quarterback left school a year early hoping he'd be chosen highly in the draft, given the relatively weak collection of college signal-callers coming out this year. Instead, every team passed on him over the course of seven agonizing rounds.
Once the draft ended, his phone suddenly lit up with teams trying to sign him as a free agent, ...
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