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He knew the catch was impressive, but didn’t want to brag. That was something the old Bowe might do. He instead chose his words carefully.

“Things like that just happen out of the blue,” Bowe said.

“When we play the Raiders I’ll make another one. My job is to catch the football no matter how hard it might look.”

“I like Brandon. I like Brandon a lot and I’m glad he’s on our team and I hope he continues to be on our team. He’s another guy that has made… He came in here and really we weren’t playing the type of defense we’re playing now when we got here, and much like a bunch of guys, there was an adjustment period where you’re asking somebody to do something a different way. And he’s coming from a smaller college and it does take time to get integrated in.

Well, Wednesday, Seattle gave up on Curry. He was basically given away to Oakland two-and-half years after being picked. Curry lost his starting job to a rookie this year.

Meanwhile, the Chiefs are seeing improvement from Jackson, who has been slow to produce himself. Jackson may never be a star. But the Chiefs think he will be a solid contributor. Of course, that is not what you’re looking for in a top-five pick, but as Curry showed in Seattle, it could be worse.

Last year on the Kansas City Chiefs bye week, head coach Todd Haley named 15 new assistant coaches to the team. He took some of the veteran players that would normally have some time off during the bye week and instilled them as coaches.

While it seemed like a good exercise last year, Haley said on Tuesday that he won’t be doing the same thing again this year.

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