Chiefs receiver Dwayne Bowe set a career-high low in yards per catch this season. (Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images)
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe has been cleared to play in Saturday's wild-card playoff game against the Indianapolis Colts after sustaining a concussion.
Bowe was injured two weeks ago in the 23-7 loss to the Colts after he was hit in the neck area by Colts safety LaRon Landry.
He was later diagnosed with a concussion and sat out last week's overtime loss against the San Diego Chargers, along with most of the Chiefs starters.
''I'm fine, you know. Just had a little minor headache,'' Bowe said via the Associated Press. ''I didn't feel as bad as some guys felt. I just felt tired. So I got some rest and I'm ready to go.''
Bowe caught 57 passes for 673 yards and five touchdowns this season for the Chiefs.
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''I'm just ready to go,'' Bowe said. ''Big-time players want to make big-time plays in big-time games. These are the games you have to show up. Everything on the line.''