Found May 03, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
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Kansas City Chiefs general manager Scott Pioli was on WHB in Kansas City with The Border Patrol (via SportsRadioInterview.com) and addressed the rumor that the Chiefs were willing to trade wide receiver Dwayne Bowe for a draft pick.

“I’ll tell you this: I had heard somone…I don’t know if it was said or written? I don’t know which one, but someone told me about it and I will say unequivocally 100% untrue. We never talked with anyone about a trade for Dwayne Bowe. I didn’t. Romeo didn’t. No one who would ever have anything to do with a trade called or talked to anybody nor did we field any calls, so wherever that came from I will say unequivocally 100% untrue. We did not talk nor are we looking to talk with anyone about a trade for Dwayne.”

So there you have it Chiefs fans, believe it not, the Chiefs weren’t and currently are not looking to trade Bowe.  Then again, you never know if they’d turn down an offer they couldn’t resist.

At the end of the day I’d bet on Bowe playing for the Chiefs in 2012.

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