As the Kansas City Chiefs are taking part in their off season activities, one Chief is making news off the field. The team is not saying much if anything about some statements made last week by wide receiver Dwayne Bowe.
In a recent magazine article, Bowe stated that during a road trip to San Diego in 2007, when Bowe was a rookie, veterans Chiefs players had scouted and brought in women to the team’s hotel. Bowe went on to say that this is something that is common in the league.
Bowe called the process importing. He said that the women are told everything about the players, names, family members, and salary.
After the team’s organized team activity yesterday, Bowe was not available for comment and other Chiefs would not comment on the issue. The only comment that would come from Head Coach Todd Haley is that the matter is being handled internally.
This is not the first run in with controversy for Bowe. He was suspended for four games last season by the NFL for violating the league’s substance abuse policy.