"There was no admission of guilt to marijuana possession, and our investigation revealed he did not possess marijuana," said Kevin Regan, Bowe's attorney. "It was dismissed, meaning it won't be refiled."
The Chiefs were on a bye week on Nov. 10 when Riverside police pulled over Bowe for speeding near West Platte Road and Northwest Business Park shortly before midnight. Riverside is a small town in the Northland.
Dwayne Bowe's Case Settles On Amended Charges from Chiefs Spin
Bowe pleaded guilty to lesser charges of defective equipment and littering, Riverside City prosecutor Amy Ashelford announced in the courtroom.
"Justice requires that similar cases be treated similarly," Ashelford said of Bowe's first offense. "As a result, it was important to me that Mr. Bowe be treated no differently, either with a harsher or a lesser punishment than any other person in a similar situation, and that is what occurred tonight."
Dwayne Bowe's Pot Charge Dismissed from ESPN
In return for his guilty plea to the littering and defective equipment charges, the marijuana charge was dismissed. Bowe paid $610 in fines and court costs.
Fans Mixed On Chiefs And Their Spending from ESPN
We're all probably in agreement at this point that last year's mega-dollar signing of Dwayne Bowe wasn't a good one. But the Chiefs at the time decided they were going to put that money long-term into a wide receiver instead of an offensive lineman like Branden Albert.
Though there is plenty of room for debate on the specific decisions the Chiefs are making, I like their general philosophy of paying their playmakers.
Aaron Murray Pro Day: Georgia QB Healed And Ready To Throw from SB Nation
Murray, 6'1 and 205 pounds, has already visited the Kansas City Chiefs, a potential fit for him. Kansas City has Alex Smith but only with a year left on his contract. Murray also has an interview scheduled with the Miami Dolphins, perhaps a Kirk Cousins-type situation there behind Ryan Tannehill.
2014 NFL Mock Draft: Blake Bortles Fends Off Clowney Momentum from CBS Sports
23. Kansas City Chiefs -- Jimmie Ward, S, Northern Illinois: He would be a nice match to go with Eric Berry.
Bridgeton's Williams And Pierce Showcasing Running Back Skills For NFL Teams from Press OF Atlantic City
Pierce, a Cumberland Regional High School graduate, worked out for the Philadelphia Eagles at the NovaCare Complex on Thursday. Williams, a Bridgeton graduate, worked out that same day for the New York Giants in East Rutherford. He also plans to work out for the New York Jets today.
"I was not necessarily star-struck, but after it all, I just realized that I had worked out with these teams and it was like, these are the type of things that I dreamed about," said Williams, who also worked out on April 5 for a Kansas City Chiefs scout at Bridgeton High School.
Julian Serrano At N9NE; Robin Thicke At STK from Eater Vegas
On Friday, April 4, Major League Baseball pitcher Roger Clemens was also spotted dining with a group of friends. STK general manager Jordan Mendez presented Clemens with a Jason of Beverly Hills STK diamond-encrusted steak knife, which he used to dine on a large cut steak. At tables nearby, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith dined with a large group on foie and waffles and steak.
Gifted Athletes Seem To Run In Conway Family from MyHorryNews.com
"Her greatest assets as a softball player are her strength and quickness. She really fields her position well and makes great plays in the circle. She is strong enough to hit the long ball and is rarely overmatched at the plate. I don't know which sport is her best at this time, but I believe she has a bright future at CHS either way. We're just glad to have her."
Hemingway's basketball coach is her older sister Shamae. Her brother Jr. starred in football at Michigan and now plays for the Kansas City Chiefs.
Like Skipper, Hemingway believes her sister will continue to excel in both sports.
Miami's Erik Swoope Is On The NFL's Radar Despite Having Never Played Football Before from Yahoo! Sports Canada
Swoope's commitment has impressed NFL scouts enough that they've told him he has a good chance to make an NFL team's practice squad next season even if he is not selected in the later rounds of the draft next month. His workout with the Broncos last Thursday went well enough that officials from the Miami Dolphins and Kansas City Chiefs have since called to express interest.
Air Force graduate Chad Hall has created a non-profit organization called Pigskin Patriots, which will offer free football and cheerleading camps to children of military members ages 5-14.
The camps will be conducted by NFL players, with the first one scheduled for June 21 at Hill Air Force Base in Utah.