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Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe missed the start of training camp with a virus. According to the Kansas City Star,  Bowe has passed his physical and is now practicing. Bowe says he’s feeling better. “Better,’’ said Bowe before pausing to cough. “Much better. A couple of days ago I couldn’t even talk. It’s a good thing I’m out here feeling good. I don’t know quite what it was. I know I had an infection in my chest. Lungs were tight and congested. “The day before I reported I got my voice back but … they shut me down until it loosened up. Now I’m back and running. I’m about 90 percent. I’m feeling good and ready to go.’’ Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Dwayne Bowe is now practicing appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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