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Kansas City Chiefs wide out Dwayne Bowe has signed the franchise tender after missing the beginning of training camp and the first preseason game against the Arizona Cardinals. Bowe is set to make $9.5 million this season–the going rate for franchised wide recievers.
The Chiefs placed the franchise tag on Bowe in March and had until July 16th to work out a long-term deal, but failed to do so.
Bowe is unlikely to play in the Chiefs second preseason game versus the St. Louis Rams, this weeked. Bowe is a vital part of the Kansas City offense, catching 81 passes last season on an average of 14.1 yards-per-catch. Bowe struggled to find the endzone however, scoring only five times from his previous year of 15 touchdowns.
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After one of the least boisterous franchise tag disputes of all-time, the Kansas City Chiefs just announced that wide receiver Dwayne Bowe has signed his tender and will jump into the mix of team activities.
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After a month full of speculation, concern, and worry, the Kansas City Chiefs announced on Friday that wide receiver Dwayne Bowe has signed his franchise tender worth $9.5 million.
Bowe was absent from the entire three-week training camp at Missouri Western college in St. Joseph, Missouri.
Bowe was listed at the no. 7 spot on the depth chart during the first week of the preseason...
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe signed his $9.5 million franchise tender on Friday as the team wrapped up training camp.
Bowe ended his holdout and avoided having to attend training camp. He still has more than three weeks to prepare for the first regular season game.
Bowe will need the time to learn Chiefs new offensive coordinator Brian Daboll's offense.
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...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe has signed his franchise tender after skipping Kansas City's entire offseason program and the beginning of training camp.
The team announced Friday that Bowe had signed. He will make about 9.5 million this season after the two sides failed to reach a long-term deal by the July 16 deadline.
It was unknown whether Bowe...
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).
Kansas City Chiefs Pro Bowl wide receiver Dwayne Bowe has signed his $9.44 million franchise tender and reported to training camp.
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.
Perhaps Dwayne Bowe was just waiting for the Chiefs to break
training camp to finally sign his franchise tender.