Hey, remember this guy?
Was great to meet @DwayneBowe_80 yesterday! You will always be part of #ChiefsKingdom pic.twitter.com/XihBQwVFoU— Brad Henson (@bradleychenson) October 16, 2017
Legendary Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe was back at Arrowhead Stadium Sunday to watch Steelers-Chiefs, per AP correspondent Brad Henson on Twitter.
Sunday is the first time I remember hearing or seeing anything about Bowe since his time in Cleveland.
Bowe spent eight years with the Chiefs from 2007 to 2014, compiling 7,155 receiving yards in the process. That’s third most in franchise history behind only Otis Taylor and Tony Gonzalez.
When the Chiefs released Bowe in 2015, he linked up with the Cleveland Browns, signing a deal worth $9 million in guaranteed money. Bowe finished that season with five catches for 53 yards, infamously equating to $1.8 million per catch.