Alana GetzenbergESPNMay 14, 2023, 09:55 am ETRead 3 minutes

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BUFFALO, New York – After leaving the NFL in 2019, the defensive end Shane Ray signed with the Buffalo Bills and returned to the league after trying out at the team’s rookie minicamp on Friday and Saturday.

Ray was selected 23rd overall by the Denver Broncos out of Missouri in the 2015 draft and played four seasons for the Broncos. He played in 49 games starting at 15, with 14 career sacks, 94 tackles and 33 quarterback hits. He was on a Broncos team that won Super Bowl 50, forcing him to scramble in the playoffs. In the year Since 2017, Ray has dealt with a left wrist injury and subsequent surgeries.

“Words can’t describe the feelings I’m feeling right now. Lots of tears, sleepless nights, depression, everything that comes with losing the game. Many days of doing nothing but hope while it’s an uphill battle.” He wrote on Instagram on Saturday Account

Ray, 29, added: “There were times when I thought maybe I should give up, but if I fold, it won’t be me.”

Ray joined the Baltimore Ravens in the 2019 season but was cut at the end of training camp. He played for the CFL’s Toronto Argonauts in 2021 and 2022, recording six sacks last season. In joining the Bills, Ray reunites with former Broncos teammate Von Miller.

The Bills also signed former UCF running back Isaiah Bowser and linebacker Travin Howard — a 2018 seventh-round pick by the Rams who played in 29 games against Los Angeles — after rookie minicamp tryouts.

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