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July 24, 2013 4:19 PM

Moeaki needs to show Chiefs he’s healthy and can still produce

Tight end Tony Moeaki is a four-year veteran and one of the oldest players competing in this early portion of Chiefs training camp. It’s most appropriate that he’s participating because, like the rookies and young players he’s practicing with, Moeaki has something to show Andy Reid, Doug Pederson and the rest of the Chiefs coaches. Moeaki needs not only to prove he’s healthy and can stay that way, but that he can get back to being the productive player he was as a rookie.

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