Reports that surfaced on Friday surrounding Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe allegedly agreeing on a deal were found false, according to Pro Football Talk.
Bowe now remains the only unsigned franchise player in the league, while the countdown to the Chiefs first regular season game against the Atlanta Falcons – Bowe’s proposed return date – still awaits sometime soon.
Meanwhile, the rest of the Chiefs offense were back to business on Friday against the Cardinals. Arizona’s merry-go-round of quarterbacks made life a little easy for the Chiefs as Kevin Kolb failed to start, instead sitting second behind John Skelton.
Kolb did manage to find some time during the second quarter to work with Larry Fitzgerald, but while the Cardinals still try to sort things out under center, the Chiefs should be happy with Peyton Hillis’ debut in their 27-17 win.
Like Kolb, Matt Cassel showed what the future holds in Kansas City when he found Hillis for an 11-yard touchdown. Hillis also put t...