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|Dwayne Bowe agrees to terms with Browns|
By: Mike Krueger | Thu Mar 19, 2:45 pm
|The Browns have agreed to terms on a two-year deal with former Chiefs receiver Dwayne Bowe, a league source confirmed for Northeast Ohio Media Group.
The eight-year veteran of the Chiefs, 30, visited the Browns Saturday and Sunday. (Cleveland Plain Dealer)|
FFToday's Take: This is a logical destination for Bowe as the Browns are void of receiving options with Josh Gordon facing a year-long suspension and TE Jordan Cameron now in Miami. Bowe's fantasy stats have declined every year since his high-water mark in 2010 where he posted 206.6 FPTs on a 72-1162-15 line. Bowe and Brian Hartline are penciled in as the top two receivers with Bowe's fantasy ceiling topping out as a WR3.
|Chiefs release Dwayne Bowe|
By: Mike Krueger | Thu Mar 12, 2:00 pm
|Dwayne Bowe’s eight-year tenure as a Chief has come to an end, as the team made news of Bowe’s release official on Thursday. Bowe, a 30-year-old receiver whose salary cap number is $14 million for 2015, has averaged 58 catches and 713 yards in his two seasons under coach Andy Reid. (Kansas City Star)|
FFToday's Take: The signing of Jeremy Maclin yesterday and Bowe's huge cap number for 2015 made him expendable. If he's designated a post-June 1st cut, Bowe would count $9 million over the next two years. Bowe should have no trouble finding a new team albeit at a reduced salary. Given the right situation, he could have WR3 fantasy value in 2015.
|Jeremy Maclin reunites with Andy Reid|
Fantasy value takes a hit
By: Mike Krueger | Wed Mar 11, 1:21 pm
|Jeremy Maclin officially reunites with Andy Reid and returns to Missouri.
NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reports that the 26-year-old's contract with the Kansas City Chiefs is for five years and $55 million dollars. (NFL.com)|
FFToday's Take: The Chiefs will need to clear some cap space which could mean the release of WR Dwayne Bowe. Maclin missed 2013 with a knee injury then posted his first 1000-yd season last year in Chip Kelly's high-volume offense. Maclin may be the Chiefs No.1 wide receiver but he'll get no such volume in Kansas City. Andy Reid's offense doesn't typically favor one target, as a result Maclin's fantasy value takes a hit. Low-end WR2 will likely be Maclin's value this summer.
|Chiefs expected to part ways with Bowe|
Scheduled to make $10.75 million this year
By: Mike Krueger | Thu Mar 5, 10:04 am
|One player not yet on the free agent market: Chiefs WR Dwayne Bowe. The expectation is that he will be, unless Chiefs can trade him. (Ian Rapoport on Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: It's difficult to envision anyone trading for Bowe given his contract ($10.75 million owed in 2015) and the Chiefs would be eating a total of $9 million over the next two years if he's designated a post-June 1 cut. The Chiefs have already released WR Donnie Avery, WR A.J. Jenkins and TE Anthony Fasano.