Bowe was one of the few Chiefs’ players who didn’t suffer a significant setback in 2011. After catching 72 passes for 1,162 yards and 15 touchdowns in the previous season, Bowe was able to haul in 81 for 1,159 yards in 2012. However, he did suffer from the offense’s general inability to move the ball into the red zone after Matt Cassel went down for the season and finished with only five touchdowns. Bowe does have good chemistry with Cassel, who is back to full strength entering training camp. With an improved supporting cast, those touchdown numbers should get back to the double-digit area. In every season that Bowe has stayed healthy for 16 games, he has at least 955 receiving yards, and his position as the Chiefs’ No. 1 downfield target remains unchallenged. The first-round pick in 2007 has 356 career receptions for 4,927 yards and 36 touchdowns.