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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Veteran offensive tackle Ray Willis has told the Kansas City Chiefs that he is retiring.
The Chiefs announced Willis' decision on Friday.
Willis made 26 starts and played in 44 games in five seasons with the Seattle Seahawks, where he had the most success. He had bounced through the Dolphins, Saints and Jets over the past couple years before signing with the Chiefs for training camp.
Willis joined the NFL as a fourth-round draft pick by Seattle in 2005
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The question was whether and not if wide receiver Dwayne Bowe would show up to camp for the Kansas City Chiefs, due to his contract status.That question was answered Friday when he showed up to camp and signed his $9.5 million franchise tender.NFL.com reported that the team's best wideout did show up and put his signature on a contract. Bowe signed just in time for two a days...
The Chiefs star wide receiver signed a $9.5 million tender, sealing him as Kansas City’s top pass catching option and a good bet to deliver a solid 2012-2013 fantasy football stat line. He may not be the consistent option that gives you solid production on a weekly basis, but in the end, his numbers will be there (averages roughly 1000 yards and 8 touchdowns per season).
Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe signed his one-year, $9.5 million franchise tag tender and reported to the team Friday. The sides were unable to reach an agreement on a multi-year deal by the July deadline, and Bowe skipped more than two weeks of training camp before finally signing his tender. Bowe was a first-round pick in 2007, and has 356 career receptions for 4,927 yards...
(Eds: APNewsNow. With AP Photos.) Peering through heavy rain, Dexter McCluster backpedaled to catch the punt, cut left and sprinted a Kansas City team-record 94 yards for a touchdown to spark a season-opening victory over San Diego in 2010 that led to the AFC West championship.
That's the last time the Chiefs returned a punt for a touchdown. Nearly two years. Even worse for...
I was all set to rip this guy apart. Sprinkle in some me disparaging remarks about how I don’t even know which state Kansas City is in because there are two of them or something along those lines. Then I read a little more about it and found out that this is only for Sundays. So I’ve got to give the guy some props.
Anybody can paint their face or tail gate all day and not remember...
58-year-old Steve Graham lost his right eye in a dart accident when he was 13, so the best thing to do is to get artificial eyes, right? Well, Steve did get artificial eyes, but he also got a Chiefs eye to wear to Chiefs games (it would freak people out if he walked around with it all the time). Pretty cool, eh? [via Arrowhead Addict]
Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe signed his one-year franchise deal and should have plenty of time to be ready for Week 1.Fantasy Spin:Bowe will have to learn new offensive coordinator Brian Daboll's system in a short period of time, but we don't expect that to be a problem. The addition of Peyton Hillis and the return of Jamaal Charles should take some of the spotlight away...
The Kansas City Chiefs have announced that wide receiver Dwayne Bowe has signed his franchise tender, which means he’s all set to play this seaaon.
With the addition of Bowe, the Chiefs will bolster one of the NFL’s most talented group of receivers along with Jonathan Baldwn and Steve Breaston.
The Chiefs had until July 16 to sign Bowe to a long-term deal, but no deal was struck. Today was the leagues deadline to designate a franchise player and we felt it was in the best interest of the Kansas City Chiefs to place the tag on Dwayne, Chiefs general manager Scott Pioli said in a statement when the Chiefs tagged Bowe. A former first-round draft pick from LSU, Bowe has...
Kansas City Chiefs Pro Bowl wide receiver Dwayne Bowe has signed his $9.44 million franchise tender and reported to training camp.
On Saturday night the Kansas City Chiefs travel to St. Louis to taken on the winless Rams. Can the Chiefs climb to 2-0 in the pre-season?
That's 58-year-old Kansas City Chiefs fan Steve Graham looking at you. Well, actually -- you're looking at him and his KC Chiefs glass eye that he needs due to a long ago dart accident according to...
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Perhaps Dwayne Bowe was just waiting for the Chiefs to break
training camp to finally sign his franchise tender.
After the Kansas City Chiefs 31-17 loss to the St. Louis Rams on Saturday night, there were five note worthy items to take from the teams second exhibition game.