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After spending the 2012-13 playing under the franchise tag, Dwayne Bowe has finally gotten a longterm deal done with the Kansas City Chiefs.
The wide receiver has obviously bought into what the new administration of general manager John Dorsey and former Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid is selling.
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Entering the offseason, it appeared wide receiver Dwayne
Bowe would be suiting up for a team other than the Kansas City Chiefs in 2013.
However, KC and new coach Andy Reid made sure that didn’t happen yesterday,
signing Bowe to a five-year contract extension, according to Albert Breer of
The Chiefs have indeed agreed to a five-year deal with WR Dwayne Bowe.
The Kansas City Chiefs will be a playoff team this season. No, seriously.
The trade for Alex Smith was a huge step in the right direction, but Monday’s roster moves — highlighted by the signing of wide receiver Dwayne Bowe to a five-year extension and franchising of tackle Branden Albert – solidified the necessary foundation for the NFL’s worst team to morph into a legitimate...
Monday was a busy day for the Kansas City Chiefs but thanks to some great work by the organization, the team was able to lock up three important players just before the deadline to exercise the franchise tag expired.
On a whirl wind day, just a week removed from finalizing a trade that will bring former No.1 overall pick Alex Smith to Kansas City, the Chiefs locked up some important...
The Kansas City Chiefs and Dwayne Bowe have agreed to terms on a new, five-year contract extension.
It hasn't taken long for the new regime of the Kansas City Chiefs to make an impression.
The Chiefs announced Monday they signed wide receiver Dwayne Bowe and punter Dustin Colquitt to new long-term contracts and placed the franchise tag on left tackle Branden Albert.
All three of the players were due to become free agents.
The moves come less than a week after new Chiefs...
Teams that might have had an interest in targeting Kansas City Chiefs WR Dwayne Bowe are now going to have to change their plans when free agency opens next week. The Chiefs have reached a long-term deal with Bowe, giving expected quarterback Alex Smith a deep threat this season. Kansas City has wasted little time making moves under first-year head coach Andy Reid making personnel...
Wide receiver Dwayne Bowe and the Chiefs have reached an agreement on a new five-year contract. SOURCE: Adam Schefter, ESPNFantasy Spin:Bowe seemed hesitant about coming back to the Chiefs earlier this offseason but that may have changed when he found out that Alex Smith would be the quarterback next season. He should be able to reach 1,000 yards again next season after falling short...
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Yesterday we reported that Dwayne Bowe and the Kansas City Chiefs have agreed to a new 5 year deal. Today the numbers of that deal have been released, and they indeed will have a trickle down effect.
According to Pro Football Talk...
The Kansas City Chiefs were really busy today. They signed wide receiver Dwayne Bowe to a five-year deal and used the franchise tag on tackle Brandon Albert. And they didn’t stop there.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Chiefs also signed punter Dustin Colquitt to a contract extension that makes him the highest paid punter in NFL history.
Dustin Colquitt is now highest...