Kansas City Officially Over Dwayne Bowe

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de wayne boweThe Cleveland Browns desperately need receiver help and are getting it with the addition of Dwayne Bowe. The Browns have reached an agreement with Bowe on a two-year deal, according to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. NFL Network first reported the news. Bowe took to Twitter on Thursday afternoon to express excitement for his “next chapter….Cleveland! Look forward to spending time with the DAWG POUND in the endzone!!” The Kansas City Chiefs released Bowe after eight seasons with the team. Bowe visited Cleveland last week and had a productive meeting with the staff. He has a relationship with general manager Ray Farmer, who previously worked in Kansas City’s personnel department. Bowe and former Miami Dolphins receiver Brian Hartline add veteran experience to the Browns’ pass-catching lineup, but the only receiver on the roster with more than two touchdowns last season is Travis Benjamin (three). Josh Gordon, whom the Browns suspended for the last game of 2014 and is suspended for all of 2015, welcomed fellow wide receiver Bowe to Cleveland via Twitter. (read more at ESPN)