Chiefs WR Dwayne Bowe cut short a tropical vacation to return to Kansas City on Tuesday and meet with GM John Dorsey and HC Andy Reid.
“I find him to be a very engaging young man,” Dorsey said. “He’s a receiver and receivers have unique personalities. But he’s a very talented guy. We sat and talked. I told him it’s his responsibility to uphold his end of the bargain. He said he understood the challenge ahead and he totally embraced that challenge.
“He is ready to take that position of being one of the top receivers in professional football.”
Bowe was on pace for 73-981-3.7 (#28 WR numbers) before missing the final three games with broken ribs. Until Andy Reid was hired as head coach, it was assumed that Bowe would depart via free agency, but Reid was involved in DeSean Jackson's monster contract last season and probably encouraged the Chiefs to re-sign Bowe. With the upgrade at QB (to Alex Smith), Bowe should have a solid 2013 season. He has the 17th highest FP per game average over the last three seasons, so expect him to put up solid fantasy WR2 numbers.