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Cleveland Browns release receiver Dwayne Bowe

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The Dwayne Bowe experiment is finally over in Cleveland.

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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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