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Arrowhead Pride Jan 21, 2015

Still no obvious answer on Dwayne Bowe's future with Kansas City Chifes

No potential offseason move looms larger than what Kansas City will do with Bowe's oversized contract. Earlier this offseason, I wrote that the Kansas City Chiefs should part ways with longtime outside linebacker Tamba Hali. This week, it is time to examine the future of Dwayne Bowe. Bowe has been a polarizing player for years with the Chiefs. Since being drafted 23rd overall in the 2007 NFL Draft out of LSU, Bowe has put forth some terrific seasons and some of great disappointment. After posting 995 yards as a rookie, Bowe amassed three 1,000-yard campaigns over the next four years. Over...
Arrowhead Pride Jan 7, 2015

Which Kansas City Chiefs WR not named Dwayne Bowe played the most?

I follow the Kansas City Chiefs pretty dang closely for this blog so there's not a lot that gets past me. But I did come across a question today from ESPN's Adam Teicher that really stumped me. A seemingly easy question, too. Just looked this up for something I'm working on. Guess which Chiefs WR played the most snaps this year, other than Bowe. — Adam Teicher (@adamteicher) January 7, 2015 Dwayne Bowe obviously played the most snaps at receiver this season. Donnie Avery would've been a guess but he hardly played after his injury in the first month of the season. AJ Jenkins was also...
Arrowhead Pride Jan 6, 2015

Kansas City Chiefs receivers will need an overhaul heading into 2015

The Kansas City Chiefs 2014 receivers will long be a trivia question in the NFL. Which team went an entire season without throwing a touchdown pass to a wide receiver? The receiver position relies on free releases, proper route running, timing, anticipation and understanding how to find the void in zone coverage. It is also one of the more demanding roles in Andy Reid's West Coast offense. Let's take a look at what we saw in 2014 and what we can expect in 2015 from the Chiefs receivers: 1. Dwayne Bowe Bowe's days as a No. 1 wide receiver appear to be nearing an end. Bowe looked to be...
FFToolbox.com Jan 6, 2015

'Rumblings continue to indicate' WR Dwayne Bowe isn't likely to remain with Chiefs

Less than two years ago, the Chiefs signed Dwayne Bowe to a five-year contract worth $56 million. It sounds like they are already regretting that deal. At least, that's what it sounds like Nick Athan of Warpaint Illustrated. "Rumblings continue to indicate the #Chiefs might be willing to part with ... WR Dwayne Bowe before [free agency] begins in March!" Athan tweeted Monday. FANTASY ANALYSIS: Bowe has about $30 million left on that deal, including close to $11 million in salary for 2015. Shockingly, the Chiefs don't want to pay a wideout who hasn't scored a touchdown in 367 calendar days $11...
ESPN Fantasy Football Jan 5, 2015

Will Chiefs cut ties with Bowe?

Veteran wide receiver Dwayne Bowe missed the regular-season opener for an NFL-imposed suspension. He turned 30 in September and has provided dwindling...
KFFL Jan 5, 2015

Chiefs | Dwayne Bowe could be cut

Kansas City Chiefs WR Dwayne ...
Arrowhead Pride Jan 5, 2015

Will Dwayne Bowe be back with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2015?

The Kansas City Chiefs will be facing decisions on all their 2015 NFL free agents. They'll also be facing a decision on wide receiver Dwayne Bowe. Bowe is entering the third year of his five-year contract. He has a 2015 cap number of $14 million, which is very high for a team without much salary cap space. The Chiefs can save $5 million against the cap by cutting Bowe. They can designate him a post-June 1 cut and save more cap space but then some of the savings would be pushed into dead money in 2016. Bowe finished the 2014 season with 60 receptions for 754 yards. He did not score a...
Rotoworld Jan 5, 2015

Chiefs could cut overpaid WR Dwayne Bowe - Dwayne Bowe (WR) Kansas City Chiefs

ESPN Chiefs reporter Adam Teicher expects Kansas City to cut WR Dwayne Bowe if the two sides can't agree on a reduced contract.
Topeka Capital-Journal Dec 30, 2014

Chiefs head into offseason of potential change

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — At first glance, the Kansas City Chiefs appear poised to make a strong postseason run next season. They’ve solidified the quarterback spot, have several young stars under contract, and came within a hair of making the postseason this year. Delve a little deeper and the offseason outlook changes considerably. Their offensive line is in dire need of upgrades. So is their wide receiver corps, where Dwayne Bowe has failed to live up to his massive contract. read more

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