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According to the Kansas City Star, the Chiefs’ medical staff will examine Jamaal Charles, Tony Moeaki, and Eric Berry on June 18th. That trio all tore their ACLs early last season and the Chiefs want to be cautious. Charles and Berry will probably be cleared fully for Training Camp on that date, though Moeaki is not so sure of a thing. He has a detailed injury history. Having that trio healthy for week 1 would go a long way towards helping the Chiefs get back to the playoff after missing it last season.
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