Bowe remains somewhat enigmatic to many outsiders, but the new leadership in Kansas City is clearly sold on his ability to be part of the foundation for the next several seasons. Bowe signed a five-year, $56 million deal in March that assures the receiver of at least $26 million over the next two seasons. How that translates into production on the field will be interesting to watch unfold. Bowe finished just 49th in the NFL with 59 catches for 801 yards and three touchdowns last season. However, he was limited to 13 games due to injuries and played in one of the league's worst offenses. With head coach Andy Reid and quarterback Alex Smith in town, the hope is the seventh-year receiver can return to the 80-catch, 1,100-yard stomping grounds he enjoyed through most of his first five season.