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Moeaki is cut as Kansas City trims roster to 53

Kansas City Chiefs tight end Tony Moeaki runs downfield as linebacker Justin Houston defends during National Football League training camp on Tuesday, Aug. 6, in St. Joseph, Mo.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Tony Moeaki’s career in Kansas City has apparently come to an end.
The former third-round pick who dazzled during his rookie season but couldn’t stay on the field because of injuries was fittingly waived as an injured player on Saturday, part of a series of moves that the Chiefs used to reach the 53-man roster limit by the NFL’s deadline.
Moeaki fractured his shoulder in a preseason game against Pittsburgh.
He’ll end up on injured reserve along with offensive lineman Ricky Henry, who ruptured his bicep Thursday night against Green Bay, if Moeaki ...

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