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Chiefs' Dwayne Bowe Suffered Possible Concussion Against The Broncos

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Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe had a terrific first half against the Denver Broncos catching six balls for 93 yards. He was clearly Kyle Orton's No. 1 receiver but he wasn't able to help in the second half after he went down with a possible concussion.

Bowe caught a pass and hit the ground in what looked like a routine play. But he was slow to get up and the trainers came out to check on him. He walked to the sidelines under his own power.

Following Sunday's game, Romeo Crennel said "they wouldn't let him go back into the game", meaning the medical staff. Players have to pass a concussion test if there's concern they suffered one during a game. Bowe apparently wasn't allowed back in.

The Chiefs season is over so the possible concussion doesn't matter at this point (assuming Bowe recovers).

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