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Cleveland Browns release receiver Dwayne Bowe


The Dwayne Bowe experiment is finally over in Cleveland.


The unproductive veteran wideout was released by the team Wednesday.

Inked last offseason under the prior regime to a two-year deal with $9 million guaranteed, Bowe caught just five passes all season as the most disappointing free-agent addition league-wide of 2015.

The move comes hours after the Browns released linebacker Karlos Dansby, but for different reasons: While Dansby was an aging player who cost too much, he was also a week-to-week contributor in Cleveland. Bowe was a phantom from the very first minute.

It's fair to wonder if the former Chiefs pass-catcher has played his last snap in the NFL. If so, he's got plenty of money to take with him.


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