Wichita native Devontae Harris relishes experience to play Chiefs

It was also a homecoming of sorts for Bengals defensive back Davontae Harris. 

The Wichita native is entering his second season in the NFL after playing in only 3 games his rookie year. 

Harris had a fair share of family and friends in the stands at Arrowhead to support him on Saturday.

Davontae had three tackles in the Bengals loss to the Chiefs. 

The opportunity to play the Chiefs close to home was an experience he didn't take lightly. 

"It's fun and honestly growing up as a kid you would see the Chiefs all the time so growing up coming to the games and seeing the Chiefs play, I always saw it from a different perspective and I always had questions," Harris said. "Now I'm on the field flying around with those same guys now I got answers. So it feels really good to be on the other side of the stadium or the other side of the bleachers seeing it from this perspective. I just have to keep flying around and making plays and just keep flying around and doing what I'm supposed to do. "