Chiefs have no comment on Dwayne Bowe

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At the moment, the Chiefs have nothing to say about receiver Dwayne Bowe’s recent arrest.

When asked for comment, the Chiefs would tell PFT only, “We’re aware of the situation. We have no comment at this point.”

Bowe was pulled over for speeding shortly before midnight on Sunday. When the police officer who pulled him over smelled marijuana in the car, the vehicle was searched and was found to have two containers with 6.6 and 3.8 grams of marijuana.

In 2009, Bowe was suspended for four games for violating the NFL’s policy on performance-enhancing drugs. That is a separate policy than the substance-abuse policy, which is the policy under which the NFL will deal with any fallout from this arrest.

29 responses to “Chiefs have no comment on Dwayne Bowe

  1. Has any guy ever been suspended for violating both the PED policy and the illegal substances policy? Can pretty much guarantee he’s peeing in a cup right about now. DB just cost himself a lot of money in the free agency market.

  2. The NFL will buckle again. When you have 15 different policies (performance enhancing policy, substance abuse policy, alcohol policy, action detrimental to the team policy, misconduct policy, appeals policy, etc. etc.) and the player gets multiple strikes under each policy, how the hell can you ever expect a player to be held accountable and learn from their actions??? Besides, guaranteed the passenger in the car will take the fall, claiming the drugs were his and not Bowe’s. Connecting the dots, using common sense and a zero tolerance is what’s missing in today’s society.

  3. Man it’d be great if some franchise would play “Sweetleaf” during a break in the action when playing the Cheifs next time…..

  4. I can hear Reid now…..

    I have to do a better job of explaining to the players what’s not acceptable.

  5. Alright, so you make enough money to have a nice palatial house. Esp outside of KC, I’m sure his spread is nice. SMOKE INSIDE OF IT.

    However, the amount of weed has me wondering if that was just this dumb fools “Car weed” because if he was coming from picking some up I’d assume it’d be more than 11.5 grams. Maybe he was going to hang w/ other players and they just all throw in and smoke 30 grams a night.

    IDK, I’m jealous any which way. And angry at the stupidity.

  6. davikes says:
    Nov 12, 2013 12:15 PM
    Apparently he was taking PED’s to cover up the illegal substances.
    ……………………………………………………………………………
    Apparently you haven’t watched him play lately. If he’s taking PED’s, he needs to kick his suppliers a$$!!!!

  7. When asked for comment, the Chiefs would tell PFT only, “We’re aware of the situation. We have no comment at this point.”

    You regularly disparage other teams, mainly the Lions, for making this type of statement. I believe your word of choice to describe it is “boilerplate”. Why not in this situation? This is rhetorical question by the way.

  8. “‎Some of my finest hours have been spent on my back veranda, smoking hemp and observing as far as my eye can see.”
    ― Thomas Jefferson

    “Federal and state laws (should) be changed to no longer make it a crime to possess marijuana for private use.”
    ― Richard M. Nixon

    “Penalties against possession of a drug should not be more damaging to an individual than the use of the drug itself; and where they are, they should be changed. Nowhere is this more clear than in the laws against possession of marijuana in private for personal use… Therefore, I support legislation amending Federal law to eliminate all Federal criminal penalties for the possession of marijuana.”
    ― Jimmy Carter

    Oh crap! Is that the fuzz?!
    – Dwayne Bowe

  9. Legalize it already. The only reason it’s illegal in the first place is because of the paper/pulp industry…didn’t want to lose their cash cow. I swear that if the gov could figure out how to tax on it it would be legalized a long time ago

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