Chiefs coach Todd Haley talked at length today with 810 WHB's Soren Petro about the offseason, Matt Cassel's development and his working relationship with Charlie Weis.
He also touched on Dwayne Bowe, who has been one of the more sensitive subjects this offseason.
As we noted, Bowe spent some time up at Larry Fitzgerald's camp this month with current and former NFL players. One of those former players, Cris Carter, said "some people in Kansas City as far as their administration kind of knew I was going to be here."
It sounds like that someone in the Chiefs organization was Todd Haley.
"I know [Bowe has] had a really good last three weeks working out," Haley said. "He's been up with a former player of mine in Larry Fitzgerald. I've been getting reports back daily for the last couple of weeks and I think, as I said, he had a better offseason than he had last year. I expect him to be one of those young players that takes a step this year."
Bowe was also doing some work with Rich Gannon so it seems the Chiefs will have some expectations for him when he returns for camp.