History tells us that Andy Reid's arrival in Kansas City should bode well for the Chiefs' tight ends, writes contributor Herbie Teope.
If the Chiefs are to return to the playoffs next season, they will need their offense to improve. They will rely on a healthy Tony Moeaki and Jamaal Charles to help bolster the attack.
The three Chiefs who have suffered ACL tears this season all should be back in time for the 2012 season, according to a medical expert who specializes in knee injuries.
Chiefs QB Matt Cassel has a rib injury that could keep him out of the season opener against Buffalo, the Kansas City Star reported Sunday evening, yet Cassel practiced Monday.
The Chiefs released 25 players, but their biggest loss was a player put on I.R., TE Tony Moeaki.
A handful of rookie tight ends emerged in 2010, continuing the trend of athletic, pass-catching tight ends being involved in offenses. Here's a look at what to expect from them in ’11.
While the Chiefs were hoping that this would finally be the season WR Dwayne Bowe became a go-to guy, it instead has been rookie TE Tony Moeaki who has emerged as the top target for QB Matt Cassel.
It makes perfect sense. They are big, strong and fast with great hands. They have the versatility to block and, if they decide to run a route, a smaller safety or a slower linebacker likely will cover them. Why not ...
A couple of tight ends led their teams in receiving in Week Two, and they were both rookies.
The Chiefs announced Thursday that they have agreed to terms with 2010 third-round draft pick TE Tony Moeaki. Details of the contract were not disclosed.
When the Chiefs dealt Tony Gonzalez to the Falcons last year, they knew their production from the TE position was about to fall off dramatically. But nobody on the team would've predicted just how little the spot would provide ...