Chiefs Place Bowe on IR; Elevate Ranglin to 53-Man Roster

Posted Dec 15, 2012

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Kansas City Chiefs announced on Saturday that the club has placed wide receiver Dwayne Bowe on injured reserve and elevated offensive lineman Rich Ranglin to the 53-man roster from the team’s practice squad.

Bowe (6-2, 221) has played in 88 games (82 starts) in six NFL seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs. His career numbers include 415 receptions for 5,728 yards (13.8 avg.) with 39 touchdowns. In 13 games this season, Bowe has registered 59 catches for 801 yards (13.6 avg.) with three touchdowns. The Miami, Fla., native originally entered the NFL as the Chiefs first-round pick (23rd overall) in the 2007 NFL Draft from LSU. He prepped at Norland Senior High School in Miami, Fla.

Ranglin (6-3, 315) joined the Chiefs as a free agent in 2012 and has primarily served on the club’s practice squad. He was activated from the practice squad to the active roster for Kansas City’s contest vs. Cincinnati (11/18), but did not play. He spent three seasons in the Arena Football League prior to joining the Chiefs. He played for three different AFL clubs including the San Jose SaberCats (2012), the Kansas City Command (2011) and the Milwaukee Mustangs (formerly the Milwaukee Iron in 2010). He was a four-year letterman at Central Connecticut State.


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