WR Dwayne Bowe’s future with the Kansas City Chiefs was in doubt—until now.
Kansas City Chiefs WR Dwayne Bowe just hauled in a grand contract from KC. The contract is for five years, adding consistency to the future of the Chiefs.
Back in late February, the Chiefs agreed to acquire talented QB Alex Smith from the San Francisco 49ers. Now that Bowe can receive footballs from a legitimate quarterback, he has opportunity to make big-time plays at a big-time rate.
Smith, Bowe, and RB Jamaal Charles will soon make a lethal trio. Don’t count out young TE Tony Moeaki, either. He had a down year in 2012 because of a turbulent quarterback situation.
Additionally, the Chiefs need an elite offensive tackle to carry their offense another step forward. They should use their first overall selection to pick OT Luke Joeckel out of Texas A&M. He blocked for both a pocket passer (Ryan Tannehill—yes, he was an Aggie) and a scrambling signal caller. (Johnny Manziel) while at Texas A&M.
Anyhow, having Bowe allows the Chiefs to focus on other positions this offseason. They need to rebuild their offensive line and their defense, so Bowe gives them much more flexibility.