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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) The Kansas City Chiefs have waived wide receiver Jamar Newsome ahead of Tuesday's deadline to reach the 75-man roster limit.
The Chiefs cut 14 players Sunday night but still needed to make one more move.
They wound up keeping an extra tight end in part because of uncertain health at the position. Tight end Tony Moeaki has a fractured shoulder and Travis Kelce has been out with a bruised knee.
Newsome had five catches for 73 yards in six games last season. He has played in eight career games with the Chiefs and Jacksonville Jaguars.
The Chiefs play the Green Bay Packers on Thursday night at Arrowhead Stadium. They'll have to trim their roster to 53 players by Saturday.
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Chiefs tight end Tony Moeaki, and this preseason has proven no different. Head
coach Andy Reid told reporters – including Randy Covitz of The Kansas City Star
– yesterday that Moeaki suffered a fractured shoulder during Saturday night’s preseason
contest against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
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Chiefs coach Andy Reid said Moeaki suffered a shoulder fracture in last Saturday night’s overtime win at Pittsburgh. It is uncertain how long he will be out.
Moeaki a four-year veteran had a history of injuries in college at Iowa and it has followed him with the Chiefs. He missed all of the 2011...
Kansas City Chiefs HC Andy Reid announced that TE Tony Moeaki suffered a fractured shoulder during Saturday’s preseason game.
Moeaki will be out indefinitely, as there is no timetable for his return. Moeaki is currently undergoing further tests on his shoulder, but at this point in time, it appears as though he is candidate to end up on the team’s IR list again.
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