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Shane Ray Thinks He Can Get 16 Sacks

"Nobody honestly can stop me..."

May 05, 2017 - 11:03 am

Missouri standout-turned Denver Bronco Shane Ray, is filling the spot of the retired DeMarcus Ware this year.  He has some lofty goals for his third NFL season.  From Pro Football Talk...

“I want to be an All-Pro player,” Ray said, via Jeff Legwold of ESPN.com, via Pro Football Talk. “That’s something that I aspire to every day. I feel like every big goal that I make, I’ve made smaller goals that can attain that for me. One goal that I said, I went back to how I was thinking in college. I said in college my junior year that I can average a sack a game. Nobody can honestly stop me from getting one sack a game. I look at that in the NFL and honestly I feel the same way. Nobody can block me for a whole game. One sack a game for me is equivalent to 16 games — that’s 16 sacks. That could lead the league, not to mention playoffs or any of that stuff. That’s how I break stuff down for me, and that’s what I’m going to do.”

He'll be in town with new teammate Jamaal Charles on October 30th.  Read what our own Brad Fanning learned about what the Chiefs told Jamaal this offseason, which could explain why he signed with the rival.

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