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Dwayne Bowe activated by Chiefs

With Dwayne Bowe available to return from suspension this week, there wasn’t any doubt the Chiefs would find a way to use him against the Browns.

On Saturday night, the team made it official.  The Chiefs announced they activated Bowe from the reserve/suspended list.

To clear room, the team placed running back Dantrell Savage on injured reserve and released wide receiver Quinten Lawrence.  The Chiefs also activated guard Darryl Harris from the practice squad.

Chiefs coach Todd Haley didn’t announce whether Bowe would start Sunday, but we have to imagine he’ll be a significant part of the offense. 

Despite missing four games,  Bowe remains the team’s leading receiver with 466 yards.

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5 Responses to “Dwayne Bowe activated by Chiefs”
  1. Hugified Wang says: Dec 19, 2009 7:06 PM

    Dwayne “Fat” Bowe is back! Now the Chiefs will win for sure.

  2. scrapdawg12 says: Dec 19, 2009 7:12 PM

    Play for draft picks at this point. Don’t let your best player play, geez. Instead, draft Clausen, trade Bowe and Cassell away. Trade Bowe to Baltimore, Trade Cassell to Oakland and just restart b/c this team is that BAD.

  3. bbq says: Dec 19, 2009 7:52 PM

    Brodie Croyle should let owners from other teams have sex with his hot wife, Kelli, for first round picks.
    The Chiefs then should draft Eric Berry, Terrence Cody, Russell Okung, Toby Gerhart, and a couple wide receivers.
    Yeah. Now we’re cookin’ with gas.

  4. bigbolt says: Dec 19, 2009 8:01 PM

    The team may be bad, but they have a keeper in Jamal Charles. He’s a true big play threat. Too bad Haley is such a moron and it took him until the end of the season to realize Charles can play.

  5. sullijo says: Dec 20, 2009 1:57 AM

    Name 3 Chiefs that would start for the Chargers or Broncos…..Maybe Hali, Colquitt and ????????
    The difference between the bottom and top 2 in this division is enormous. Not even more favorable scheduling can close this gap.

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