Revenge Of The Birds Community Interview: Cardinals TE Jim Dray

The Arizona Cardinals entered the 2010 NFL draft in need of a tight end, and although it took seven long rounds, they found their man in Stanford product Jim Dray.

Dray was considered one of the better blocking tight ends in the 2010 draft class but also showcased dependable hands during his collegiate career. Last season he caught 11 receptions for 149 yards (13.5-yards per catch) and three touchdowns. In 2007 Dray tore his ACL, MCL, LCL, meniscus, and ruptured his hamstring, ending that season. He did return and played the next two seasons.

I will be interviewing Dray soon and I wanted to try something different. Rather then hogging all of the questions for myself, this time I want to get some good questions from you - the Revenge of the Birds community. So leave your questions in the comment section and I'll choose the best ones to ask him. If you want to recommend some of them(actions>rec), that will help in my decision-making process.

What questions do you have for Arizona Cardinals' tight end Jim Dray?

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