KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI (TICKER) -- The Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday agreed to terms with wide receiver Dwayne Bowe, their first-round pick, according to a report on the Kansas City Star's web site.
According to the report, Bowe agreed to terms on a five-year contract. He is expected to arrive at training camp in River Falls, Wisconsin on Sunday night.
Selected 23rd overall out of Louisiana State, Bowe had 65 receptions for 990 yards and a single-season record 12 touchdowns in his final collegiate season.
Bowe's signing would leave three unsigned first-round picks: JaMarcus Russell (No. 1 of the Oakland Raiders), Darrelle Revis (14th of the New York Jets) and Brady Quinn (22nd of Cleveland Browns).
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