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Dwayne Bowe is one of the few unsigned franchise players remaining. He officially became a holdout by skipping the Chiefs’ first day of Training Camp Friday. It’s unclear what Bowe hopes to gain from this as he can’t be signed long term now anyway. He will become a free agent next offseason either way, so all he’s doing is hurting himself, and potentially costing himself money in his next contract, by skipping practice, especially with a new coaching staff coming in and other guys impressing in his absence. He can also be fined 30 thousand per day.
He’s set to make a guaranteed 9.5 million this season so he has 9.5 million reasons to report. He’ll probably report sooner rather than later. It doesn’t sound like a Cliff Avril situation as Avril has told the Lions not to expect him for “at least a couple weeks.” This season sounds like it will be Bowe’s final with the Chiefs. The two sides were nowhere close when they could have negotiated a new deal. The Chiefs have 2011 1st round pic...
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ST. JOSEPH, Mo. – After indicating that he would indeed play nice under the franchise tag, Kansas City WR Dwayne Bowe did not report to training camp today.
As the Chiefs only unsigned player, Bowe will become the team’s major training camp storyline until he shows up and takes the $9.5 million dollars that team owes him for the year under the tag.
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Wide receiver Dwayne Bowe, Kansas City's leader in receptions and receiving yards the past three years, was not on the field Friday as the Chiefs opened training camp.
Bowe, a Pro Bowler in 2010, was given the franchise tag when he refused to sign the Chiefs' tender. If he eventually comes in and plays this year, as the Chiefs expect, he will get about $9.5 million.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. -- Because what else are you going to do? Play "Angry Birds" until your thumbs bleed? Learn macram? Audition for "Dancing With The Stars?" Make celebrity cameos on Rob Gronkowski's new reality show?
Come to camp, Dwayne Bowe. Come on, man. This is starting to get silly.
Look, we get it. You were itching for a long-term deal. Or maybe a ticket...
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