Friday, July 29, 2011

Chiefs say Tony Moeaki is now physically unable to perform

Posted By on Fri, Jul 29, 2011 at 2:40 PM

click to enlarge One of the best moments of Chief football in 2010
  • One of the best moments of Chief football in 2010

This feels like it came out of nowhere. The Chiefs announced today that they were putting tight end Tony Moeaki on the physically unable to perform list.

Moeaki had a hell of a first year with the Chiefs in 2010. His stunning one-handed catch into the end zone against San Francisco was a season highlight. Moeaki is one of the reasons I'm looking forward to the new season, along with the fact that the Chiefs signed his former Iowa Hawkeye QB, Ricky Stanzi. If I can digress for a second here, Stanzi is erratic, yes, but that dude keeps his cool and he can come back when he's in a hole. Which I can't say about certain nameless players with arrowheads on their helmets ...

Watch your back, Cassel.

Should Moeaki be on the list when the season starts, the Chiefs will have to keep him there for at least six weeks. As long as we're in the preseason, they can put him back on the healthy roster at any time. Hopefully, this is just a minor hiccup before a good year.



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