Former Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray returned to Knoxville for the Vols’ homecoming game against Chattanooga Saturday. The current Kansas City Chiefs practice squad member was snapped in a photograph with teammate and fellow ex-Volunteer Zach Fulton.

As you can see, Bray looks noticeably bigger than his playing collegiate days. The quarterback who many hoped would “add some weight” throughout his character has done just that since foregoing his senior season and going undrafted. Bray served as the Vols’ starting quarterback from 2010-12, throwing 7,444 yards, 69 touchdowns and 28 interceptions on 540-of-922 career passing.

Several other former Tennessee players were in attendance including Kevin Burnett, Jabari Davis and Rashad Moore.