• Bowe moves into top three with $56 million deal

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Mar 6, 2013
    It will be up to Bowe to do the rest. The Chiefs paid Bowe what it took from keeping him off the market. We’ve got the full breakdown of the five-year deal signed by receiver Dwayne Bowe. It adds up to $36 million over the first three years, and $56 million over five.  There’s been bad feelings about last year’s franchise tag, reports of trade demands, weight issues and a suspension for violating the performance-enhancing drug policy during his run with the team, all of which led some to wonder about the wisdom of signing Bowe to a long-term deal with a sizable amount of guaranteed money. Those of you who would like to see the Vikings sign Jennings or the Pittsburgh Steelers Mike Wallace , the top two free-agent receivers available, should ask if you think they would dole out two deals that average more than $11 million annually for receivers.
    • John Dorsey: Bowe ready to become one of top receivers in NFL

      The relationship between the Chiefs and wide receiver Dwayne Bowe hasn’t always been the smoothest one. There’s been bad feelings about last year’s franchise tag, reports of trade demands, weight issues and a suspension for violating the performance
    • Impact of Dwayne Bowe deal on NFC North

      The financial details of Dwayne Bowe's contract agreement with the Kansas City Chiefs give us a better framework for discussion of top-flight receivers in the NFC North. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, among others, Bowe received a five-ye…
      Source: ESPN.com

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