Chiefs agree to terms with WR Bowe on five-year deal

Aug 6, 2007 - 5:01 PM RIVER FALLS, Wisconsin (Ticker) -- The Kansas City Chiefs on Monday agreed to terms with wide receiver Dwayne Bowe, their first-round pick, on a five-year contract.

Financial terms were not disclosed.

"I'm glad to finally get Dwayne into camp," Chiefs president Carl Peterson said. "The good news is that a contract is done but the bad news is that it took too long."

While they see what type of conditioning he has, Peterson said the team initially will place Bowe on the physically-unable-to-perform list.

Selected 23rd overall out of Louisiana State, Bowe had 65 receptions for 990 yards and a single-season record 12 touchdowns in his final collegiate season.

Bowe's signing leaves three unsigned first-round picks: JaMarcus Russell (No. 1 of the Oakland Raiders), Darrelle Revis (14th of the New York Jets) and Brady Quinn (22nd of Cleveland Browns).






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