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The Chiefs and Bowe don’t have much time left to prove themselves. Kansas City finishes its season on the road Sunday at Denver. If this season has shown anything, it’s that the Chiefs’ coaches are evaluating players and trying to learn who’s capable of helping the team in the future — without having to tolerate continued setbacks from those same players.
Haley said the team has made decisions on many of its players, and some have failed tests or proved they’re just not capable. The coach didn’t name anyone, but Bowe would probably have a less worrisome offseason if he’d paid more attention to the details. For now, the Chiefs will keep waiting on him to prove himself one way or the other.
"He’s had a difficult month and a half," Haley said of Bowe. "I think this is all part of the process for Dwayne and growing and becoming the player that we think he’s capable of being."
As season nears end, Chiefs continue to wait on Bowe from KC Star
For the first time in 31 seasons, the Chiefs do not have a player on the AFC squad for the Pro Bowl.
Now, with various injuries to those players announced Tuesday evening, there’s always a chance a member of the Chiefs can be added as an injury replacement.
But right now there will be no arrowhead covered helmet at the game for the first time since the 1978 season.
Chiefs Get Pro Bowl Shutout from Bob Gretz
The Chiefs long string of Pro Bowlers is done.
But the landscape of the AFC roster will change. In fact, it’s guaranteed to have alterations this year.
The NFL’s decision to play the Pro Bowl the Sunday before the Super Bowl means representatives of at least two teams will not be available for the all-star game. More than likely, that will be two teams with quite a few players on the conference all-star teams.
Chiefs Pro Bowl Streak Ends … Wednesday Cup O’Chiefs from Bob Gretz
The Chiefs’ game Sunday is in Denver, and that means they will face their annual prospect of playing in the Mile High City.
Denver is 5,280 feet above sea level, meaning the Chiefs players may have to deal with altitude sickness. The term "playing at altitude" (or "playing at elevation") is often bandied about, but what happens physiologically to the body?
Peter Hackett, the director of the Institute for Altitude Medicine in Telluride, Colo., explained.
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Media and Fans
Adam_Schefter Redskins rookie Brian Orakpo voted to the Pro Bowl - quite the honor.
jimgaffigan It's only December and I'm already going through NFL withdrawal.
Chudini: Watching the KU game and the best part is listening to Mitch Holthus do play by play. Chiefs football he's good but basketball he's amazing.