Dwayne Bowe
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Cleveland Browns wide receiver Dwayne Bowe was held without a catch in the team's regular season dress rehearsal against the Buccaneers on Saturday night.

Fantasy Impact: The team's apparent WR1, Bowe has missed ample time this preseason due to injury and followed it up with a no-show Saturday night. He shouldn't be counted on to produce much for the Browns, let alone your fantasy squad.

Category: Game Recaps

Cleveland Browns WR Dwayne Bowe returned to practice on Sunday. The veteran is recovering from a hamstring injury. (Source: Nate Ulrich on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: It's good to see Bowe back at practice, but he's got ground to make up with a new QB and in a new system. His fantasy value is limited by his inconsistency and the fact that not much is expected from the Browns' offense this year.

Category: Injury Updates

The NY Times | Aug 30th
Josh McCown's main option will likely score a touchdown or two this season.
FFLockerRoom | Aug 30th
Has been forgotten in fantasy circles. Needs a signal caller that is okay with taking risks, that was not Alex Smith. Perhaps McCown or Manziel will trust him enough to throw it up.
FFLockerRoom | Aug 29th
He can't be nearly as bad as last year... right? See Hakeem Nicks and ask him how things are going.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Aug 29th
He is not going to have a solid QB throwing to him so he is a huge gamble. Only grab him if you are willing to cut him quickly.
WalterFootball | Aug 28th
He appeared to give up somewhat in Kansas City, but the scenery change won't be much of one as he heads to Cleveland and their similar style of run the ball and play defense. Bowe will be the #1 receiver though and that's something. He's no Josh Gordon, but if he breathes some fresh life into his game we could see a return to form, especially in the touchdown department.
Breaking Football | Aug 28th
Locked into starter role in Cleveland so he could rise a bit, but he also could just be done
RotoBaller | Aug 11th
Touchdowns can be a fickle thing. In 2010 Dwayne Bowe led all receivers with a whopping fifteen touchdowns. In four mostly full seasons since, he has had a combined thirteen scores. As I’m sure most of you remember, that included zero last year from him and the rest of the Kansas City wide receivers. Even... Read More