There was one pass during Saturday’s scrimmage that Tyler Bray thought he was simply throwing away as the defense closed in on him. Instead, it landed perfectly in the outstretched arms of Justin Hunter as he tip-toed his way down the sideline for a 14-yard gain.
That is the kind of connection Bray has developed with his two primary receivers, Hunter and Da’Rick Rogers.
“There’s really a bond between us,” Bray said. “They know where they need to be, and I know where they will be to throw the ball. I can pretty much just put the ball up in the air and I know one of them will catch it.”
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