KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Kansas City Chiefs' rookie wide receiver
Dwayne Bowe is proving that early performances are no measure of
Head coach Herm Edwards says Bowe had trouble catching passes in
his first few practices after being drafted in the first round this
spring. He says he told Bowe that he was trying too hard and needed
to have some fun.
Bowe listened and scored the Chiefs' only two offensive
touchdowns in their first three games this season.
He set a franchise rookie record against San Diego last week
with 164 yards receiving and leads all NFL rookies with 299 yards
Bowe and the Chiefs are tied at the top of their division. They
face the Jacksonville Jaguars at home on Sunday.
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