Tony Moeaki | TE | Buffalo Bills
Posted: 7/27/2014 2:13pm et
Buffalo Bills TE Tony Moeaki (hamstring) will be out a significant amount of time with a hamstring injury. TE Chris Gragg (dehydration) is expected back by next week.
Huddle Up: Moeaki can't seem to stay on the field -- he's already missed 33 of a possible 64 games so far in 4 pro seasons -- and it looks like starter Scott Chandler isn't going to have much competition for the time being.
Posted: 7/26/2014 1:00pm et
Buffalo Bills TE Tony Moeaki (hamstring) and S Kenny Ladler (hamstring) suffered hamstring injuries during practice Friday, July 25.
Huddle Up: Moeaki has flashed fantasy promise but just can't seem to stay healthy. On the sidelines icing a bad hammy is no way for him to beat out Scott Chandler for reps in the Bills offense.
Posted: 7/10/2014 6:50pm et
Buffalo Bills TE Tony Moeaki is not guaranteed a roster spot entering training camp but should have a good chance to win a spot during camp. He made some good plays during offseason workouts.
Huddle Up: Moeaki made a solid rookie impression with 47 catches for 556 yards and 3 TDs in 2010, but he's only had 33 grabs since in missing 2 of the past 3 seasons with injuries. He should stick behind starter Scott Chandler, but he remains way off the fantasy radar.
Posted: 11/28/2013 1:44pm et
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers worked out free agent TE Tony Moeaki (Chiefs) on Thursday, Nov. 28.
Huddle Up: Moeaki hasn't played since being released by the Chiefs in the preseason, while the Bucs are simply looking for reserve TE help in back of Timothy Wright.
Posted: 8/26/2013 2:52pm et
Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said TE Tony Moeaki (shoulder) suffered a fractured shoulder in the team's preseason game Saturday, Aug. 24. There is no timetable for his return because he is still undergoing tests.
Huddle Up: Another year, another injury for Moeaki. This opens the door for Anthony Fasano and rookie Travis Kelce, who has the bigger upside of the two.
Posted: 8/4/2013 11:51pm et
The Kansas City Chiefs released their first depth chart Sunday, Aug. 4, and TE Tony Moeaki (knee) is listed third on the depth chart behind TEs Anthony Fasano and Travis Kelce. Moeaki has reportedly been having a strong training camp, and has frequently worked with the first-team offense, so perhaps they are just easing him into action after offseason arthroscopic knee surgery.
Huddle Up: If healthy, Moeaki is the best receiving option of the three and expect him to be atop the depth chart by Week 1. He may be on the rise quickly as Kelce, a third-round pick, left practice Sunday with a groin issue.