Found June 07, 2013 on AFC East Daily:
BY SEAN DONOVANFor any undrafted free agent, making an NFL roster requires hard work, dedication and a little luck.It also doesn't hurt if your head coach is gushing about your play on the practice field, as is the case with second-year safety Kelcie McCray.“McCray is a guy that we we're excited about,” Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin said recently, according to the team's website. “In the limited role that we saw him, he’s going to have a chance to get to work again. I’m excited about it.”McCray instantly made an impression as an undrafted rookie during last year's minicamps, but fractured his foot before the preseason and sat out the entirety of the 2012 season. Now healthy and back participating in Miami's OTAs, the former Arkansas State standout has resumed impressing his coaches with his on-field exploits.“(He) kind of runs naturally. He has some instinct going after the ball down the field. He can catch the ball easy without fighting it," Philbin said....
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