Found February 11, 2013 on Thacover2:
There are potentially three game changing wide receivers that will be available in free agency in 2013.  Greg Jennings, Mike Wallace, and Dwayne Bowe are all game changers, and bring along some form of baggage. According to one anonymous NFL scout though, Bowe’s baggage may be to much to ignore per NFL.com. “I am scared to death of Dwayne Bowe,” one scout told SI.com’s Peter King. “Like him a lot, but not sure what we’d be buying if we signed him. Too much baggage.” I’m not neccessarily sure what Bowe is ever really done to warrant such a grade from a scout.  I know he struggles with maintaining his weight, and holding on to the ball. We’ll see that quote cause Bowe any money.  
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