Former LSU WR Dwayne Bowe retires a Chief

Former LSU WR Dwayne Bowe retires a Chief
LSU Football (Source: Josh Auzenne)

BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) - Former LSU wide receiver Dwayne Bowe signed a one-day contract with Kansas City and retired a Chief.

Bowe was drafted by Kansas City in the first round (23rd pick) of the 2007 NFL Draft and played with the Chiefs until 2014.

In his eight years in K.C., Bowe played in 118 games, catching 532 passes for 7,155 yards and 44 touchdowns.

In 2010, Bowe was named to his only Pro Bowl. He caught 72 passes for 1,162 yards and had his biggest touchdown total of his career with 15.

He played one year (2015) with the Cleveland Browns, finishing with five receptions for 53 yards.

Bowe starred at LSU from 2003-2006, playing in 50 games and starting 31.

He ended his Tiger career with 154 receptions for 2,403 yards and 26 touchdowns.

In 2006, he was named a Third-Team All-American (Rivals.com), First-Team All-SEC (SEC Coaches) and Second-Team All-SEC (AP).

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