Bowe's rib injuries have him shelved for the rest of the year. Will he wear red and gold next season?
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe has been placed on the injured reserve list, according to a report from NBC's Pro Football Talk. Bowe left Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns in the first half after suffering rib injuries while throwing a block.
Bowe will miss all three of the Chiefs' remaining games this season because of his placement on the injured reserve, but Chiefs fans are pondering a larger question: Will Bowe play in Kansas City again?
Before the 2012 seaeson, Bowe signed a one-year contract with the Chiefs after the two could not agree on a long-term deal, and he is set to be a free agent at season's end. With the team staring down a record no better than 5-11 by season's end, Bowe may be interested in exploring his options.
Bowe caught 59 passes for 801 yards and three touchdowns this season, including a 102-yard, two-touchdown performance against the Buffalo Bills in Week 2. The sixth-year receiver from LSU has spent all of his professional career with the Chiefs, hauling in a total of 5,728 yards and 39 touchdowns.