Thursday afternoon, the Cleveland Browns and wide receiver Dwayne Bowe agreed to terms. Bowe and the Browns signed a two year deal, as the monitory amount to his deal has not yet been disclosed.

Bowe, 30, spent the first eight seasons of his career with the Kansas City Chiefs. The Cheifs drafted him 22 overall in the 2007 draft.

Bowe had a down year last year, having 754 yards, and 0 TDs. But not to worry because not a single Chiefs wide receiver caught a single TD last year. He does have career numbers of 7,155 yards, including three 1,000 yard seasons, along with 44 touchdowns.

Dwayne Bowe will fit in the Browns offense nicely, playing the number 1 receiver for Browns. Him and newly signed Brian Hartline will give the Orange and Brown much needed veteran presence in the receiving corps. They will join Andrew Hawkins, Taylor Gabriel, and suspended Josh Gordon.

Bowe has been a longtime favorite of Browns general manager Ray Farmer, who spent six years with him in Kansas City. But, he does not come without a dark past. Dwayne has had two suspensions due to failed drug tests, like Josh Gordon.

Bowe’s presence will give the Browns a much needed playmaker, as he averaged 13.4 yards per catch, and having a career long TD of 75 yards.

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