Kansas City Chiefs: Dwayne Bowe Has a Custom Chiefs Dodge Charger

Farzin Vousoughian@farzin21Contributor IIIAugust 8, 2012

Courtesy of BlackSportsOnline.com
Courtesy of BlackSportsOnline.com

Dwayne Bowe's absence at Kansas City Chiefs' training camp has been quiet over the last couple of days, as it appears he won't show up anytime soon.

Black Sports Online revealed a couple of interesting photos, showing Bowe's custom-made Chiefs Dodge Charger. It is unclear when these photos were obtained and taken. If his vehicle was customized not long ago, while holding out, as weird as it sounds, it could be a sign that he wants to stay in Kansas City and sign a long-term deal with the Chiefs after the season.

However, if these photos were taken during his early years in the NFL and were just recently discovered, some wonder how much it will cost Bowe to change his Dodge Charger (but it's okay, he is making $9.5 million this year after all).

Every Chiefs fan dreams of having a customized car like this and driving it to Arrowhead Stadium on Sundays. But fans are also dreaming of the day Bowe shows up to training camp and helps quarterback Matt Cassel as well as the rest of this offense move forward.

Bowe has missed all of OTAs and training camp and currently holds no knowledge of Brian Daboll's offense. Showing up to camp sooner than later would be beneficial to him, obviously.

As far as his vehicle goes, fans are hoping this is a recent photo. If it is, fans will be optimistic in the fact that Bowe wants to stay in Kansas City for the rest of his career. Then again, anything can happen.

What are your thoughts on Bowe's Dodge Charger?

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