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According to ESPN.com, Kansas City receiver Dwayne Bowe is not expected to hold out during training camp. Like most unsigned franchised players, Bowe did not participate in the Chiefs offseason program. If he does not sign a long-term deal by July 16, Bowe will not be able to sign an extension during the season, and he must play for his $9.6 million tender in 2012. There havent been any indications that Bowe is close to signing a new deal. Even though he hasnt signed his tender, there havent been any indications Bowe will hold out during the season. Source: CBSSports
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@ochocinco we gotta fly to KC to get @DwayneBowe82 he said he wanna bring his talents to South Beach
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