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Moeaki busts his shoulder, out indefinitely

Oft-injured Iowa product likely to miss season

Kansas City Chiefs tight end Tony Moeaki broke his shoulder during Saturday night’s National Football League preseason game with Pittsburgh.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City Chiefs new general manager John Dorsey and new head coach Andy Reid knew tight end Tony Moeaki was prone to injury, so they hedged their bets this offseason by signing Anthony Fasano in free agency and drafting Travis Kelce in the third round.
Turns out that Dorsey and Reid knew what they were doing.
The Chiefs lost Moeaki to a fractured shoulder sustained in Saturday’s preseason victory over Pittsburgh. Reid said Moeaki was undergoing further examinations before Monday’s practice and did not indicate how long the fourth-year pro would be out.
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