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Dwayne Bowe's career will be remembered more for what he didn't do | ESPN

From a stats perspective, Bowe's career was satisfying enough. In fairness to Bowe, he played with mostly journeymen quarterbacks for the Chiefs, including Damon Huard, Brodie Croyle, Tyler Thigpen, Matt Cassel, Tyler Palko, Kyle Orton and Brady Quinn. But now that his career is apparently over, we're left to wonder: How did Bowe get there? The good moments and big plays weren't so plentiful as to equal his final bottom line.

Hardwick see big rebound from "do or die" Bolts |

• The Kansas City Chiefs? "They have a chance to maybe be flaky," he said. He deemed the Chiefs a "little fragile" despite the franchise's run of three winning seasons.

Maine man dies in snowmobile accident after paramedics allegedly refuse to help | WGME

The 1965 Winslow High School graduate was considered the greatest running back the school ever had, and he went on to play football as an All-American at American International College in 1969 where he was named to that school's hall of fame and holds the record for the most points scored in a football career. In 1970, Dumont was a 14th round draft pick for the Kansas City Chiefs.

Tennessee Sports Hall Of Fame Announces 2 Of The 2016 Honorees |

The Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame announced on Wednesday two individuals to be honored as the Male Professional Athletes of the Year. The awards will be presented at the 50th Anniversary Induction Banquet on Saturday, June 18, at the Omni Nashville. Announced honorees are NFL Comeback Player of the Year, Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry and the Memphis Grizzlies 2015 NBA All-Star center Marc Gasol.

Jokester Chris Cuomo lights up charity luncheon | Page Six

When Maria introduced retired NFL player Tony Richardson as being from the "Kansas City Raiders," Chris got up and said, "Before Tony pulverizes me into a fine powder for getting this wrong, I just want to correct my sister and say that Tony played for the Kansas City Chiefs. She does mean well, but clearly football is not her forte."

Darrin Reaves' passion driven by a purpose | WIAT

"I’m 23 years old but I’m really that six-year-old kid that said I want to be in the NFL and I’m just on the field living my dream," said Reaves. Reaves now plays professional football for the Kansas City Chiefs. "I am understanding what it is to be a professional," said Reeves. "A professional football player, a professional dad, husband, all those things."

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