Arlington WR Max Gray represents 12th Man in Denver

We had to share Arlington wide receiver Max Gray’s photo of himself holding a 12th Man flag outside Sports Authority Field in Denver on Thursday.

“I thought it would be fun!” Gray told The Herald on Thursday. “And gotta support. We had to fly into Denver anyway so I thought might as well.”

The Denver Broncos, who the Seahawks play in Sunday’s Super Bowl XLVIII, play their home games at Sports Authority Field.

Gray is in Colorado en route to going to Chadron State College for an official recruiting visit. Chadron State is 300 miles north of Denver in northern Nebraska.

“I’m excited to see how Chadron is in person,” Gray said.

Here’s the tweet:

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