Dwayne Bowe Apologizes for Controversy

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe apologized for the controversy created by comments attributed to him by ESPN the Magazine, but maintained he was misquoted.

"I’m going to say it one time and one time only: I apologize to the organization, the team, those guys who I put in a bind," Bowe said, according to Kent Babb of the Kansas City Star. "My words was misunderstood and baseless and were said without malice. Everybody who know Dwayne Bowe know my personality, knows I’m a jokester, knows I like to have fun and stuff like that. Now, I taught me I got to take things serious and think before you talk because words can get you in trouble. I’m all about football now. That’s over. That chapter is closed. I’m doing great in football right now, and that’s all I’m looking forward to."

When asked what he meant to say, Bowe said "That chapter is closed. It shouldn’t have even been a topic. My words are my words, and it was misunderstood. That’s all I was going to say about that."

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These are the first pixels I've spilled in regards to the Dwayne Bowe controversy, which really shouldn't surprise anyone. As long as there are professional athletes with free time to kill, there are going to be women pursuing those men in hotel lobbies across the world, and you don't have to be a Tiger Woods or Alex Rodriguez--the reigning kings of "road beef"--to land a little strange on even the relatively short NFL road trips.

Bowe's big mistake was spilling the beans, which is going to be a problem for him in every locker room he ventures into, whether he remains with the Chiefs or not.

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