Kansas City Chiefs fans will finally get a chance to see Brian Daboll's offense at full strength Friday night.
Dwayne Bowe is back.
Crennel on Bowe:“I will play him some, just give him a couple of plays here and there . . .''— Adam Teicher (@adamteicher) August 22, 2012
Continuing with Crennel: ". . . but I don’t think he’s ready to play a whole game or anything like that.’’— Adam Teicher (@adamteicher) August 22, 2012
While the Chiefs offense has clicked on all cylinders throughout the first two preseason games, Matt Cassel will surely feel relieved to have his favorite wideout back in the mix.
Will Dwayne Bowe's holdout affect his regular season performance?
Bowe has battled offseason conditioning issues in the past, but it appears that he did not let old habits resurface during his holdout. The wide receiver's first official team practice on Tuesday gave Coach Crennel enough reason to let the fan favorite take the field at Arrowhead Stadium just three days later.
Bowe stated that he has been showing up to camp at 6:30 a.m. this week in an effort to make up for lost time.
“I’m coming in extra early in the morning, staying late after practice, in the meeting room with Matt (Cassel) to overload me, to get me into that playbook, to expedite (the process),” Bowe explained.
Although he will be used sparingly, seeing the familiar No. 82 return to the field will be a welcomed sight.