Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe (82) makes a catch while being defended by Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden (23) in the first quarter at Cleveland Brown Stadium. (Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports)
Dwayne Bowe, the Kansas City Chiefs’ No. 1 weapon at wide receiver, has signed a five-year extension to continue catching passes with the franchise.
The deal comes in the wake of the Chiefs’ trading for studly quarterback Alex Smith.
The exact dollars of the deal have yet to be released, but without Bowe, the Chiefs were expected to struggle even more after losing a whopping 14 games in 2012.
For his career, Bowe has caught 415 passes for 5,728 yards and 39 touchdowns in spite of the fact that his quarterbacks have proven largely ineffective.
The decision of Ty Flournoy-Smith to transfer out of Georgia may have opened up a scholarship at Georgia for Milan Richard, Herschel Walker’s nephew.
Standing in at 6-foot-6 and 225 pounds, OJ Howard is set to make a major splash as a freshman tight end for the Alabama Crimson Tide.
Mark Richt and the Georgia Bulldogs are zeroing in on five-star defensive tackle recruit Lamont Gaillard, who is said to be leaning towards Athens.
The 2013 showdown between the Florida Gators and Miami Hurricanes will take place on Sept. 7 at noon. The memes aren’t happy about it.
What is going on in this new K-Mart commercial? We’re not quite sure, but we do know that there is a very distinct — and hilarious — difference between saying “big gas savings” slowly or quickly.
The Baltimore Orioles were headed up to Toronto to take on the Blue Jays, and what better way to travel than in Canadian Tuxedos? That is a lot of denim.