Growing up in the heart of Kansas City, Shane Ray admits he grew up a die-hard Kansas City Chiefs fan, and often he dreamed of playing for the Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium in front of a hometown crowd.
Part of Ray’s dream did come true. Once a year, Ray has the opportunity to play at Arrowhead Stadium, just not as a member of the Chiefs. Rather, the Kansas City native and former Mizzou standout plays for the rival Denver Broncos.
“Growing up as a kid, I would go to all the football games at Arrowhead Stadium, so to be able to come back and play in Arrowhead Stadium — against the Chiefs — it’s amazing,” Ray said. “It’s a blast for me.”
The rivalry between the Broncos and the Chiefs intensified this offseason when Jamaal Charles opted to sign with Denver after being released by Kansas City.
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