KANSAS CITY, Ks. (WKRN) – Former Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray looks like he is headed for another season on injured reserve with the Kansas City Chiefs.
Chiefs General Manager John Dorsey announced Tuesday the third-year quarterback is headed for surgery to repair a torn ACL in his left knee later this week.
Dorsey made this statement about the injury, “Anytime one of your players suffers a significant injury like Tyler’s, it is disappointing, and we hurt for the player. With Tyler’s injury having a longer recovery time, we’ve signed quarterback Terrell Pryor to a reserve/futures contract. As we’ve said before, we are always looking to add talented players to our roster, and Terrell was among the top players on our ready list at that position with his athleticism and experience.”
Bray was an undrafted free agent in 2013 after he left the University of Tennessee after three seasons.