Moeaki Happy With Progress From Torn Knee Ligaments

The KC Star reports that TE Tony Moeaki is getting better as he comes off torn knee ligaments which forced him into surgery.

Tight end Tony Moeaki said today that his rehabilitation from torn knee ligaments and the resulting surgery is going well and he expected to be at full strength when the Chiefs begin training camp in July. Moeaki said he has been running and lifting weights in the team’s conditioning program but was unsure how much he would participate when the Chiefs begin off-season practice next month. ”Rehab is good,” he said. ”As far as team activities, I’m just doing what the trainers and the coaching staff tells me to do. I don’t really know until we get there.” Moeaki, a third-round pick in 2010, had a strong rookie season for the Chiefs, catching 47 passes and scoring three touchdowns. But he injured his knee during the final preseason game against Green Bay and didn’t play during the regular season.


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