In efforts to raise money to help families, the Dwayne Bowe Foundation have created a fundraiser where one lucky winner will win a custom Dodge Charger that was owned and personalized by Mr. Bowe. 2nd place will be 2 season tickets for the 2014 KC Chief Season (home games only). 3rd place is signed sport memorabilia from Dwayne Bowe.
Raffle tickets will be sold for $10.00 per ticket or 6 for $50.00
There will be events around the Kansas City area from July thru December where the vehicle will be positioned and tickets can be purchased at that time. Tickets can also be purchased online.
The grand prizes will be announced December 20th at the event scheduled below.
The myth about crime and professional athletes arises because it’s easy to find examples. New York Giants star Plaxico Burress went to prison in 2009 on a firearms charge. Last year Jovan Belcher, of the Kansas City Chiefs, murdered his girlfriend and then committed suicide. Even as media everywhere were intently focused on Hernandez, the Cleveland Browns were cutting rookie Ausar Walcott after he was charged with attempted murder. In fact, a shocking 29 NFL players have been arrested since the 2013 Super Bowl ended.
But anecdotes can hide truth, not reveal it. It seems as if NFL players are committing so many crimes because every time they do, they make the news. It’s the same kind of thinking that leads people to erroneously believe air travel is more dangerous than automobile. Every time a plane goes down we read about it. Car crashes go largely unreported.
The NFL’s Top 100 Players of 2013 concluded recently with five Kansas City Chiefs players making the list. Although the team mustered just two wins in 2012, its record was not enough to overshadow the talent within.
The Chiefs were one of six teams to have at least five current players place in the top 100 of the list. Going into 2013, many fans are excited that all five of these players were retained. These five, plus a couple of other players, are expected to make a big impact.
But for now, let’s look at the Chiefs players who made the NFL’s Top 100 Players of 2013 and explore other players who could have made the list.