As far as the tight end position has been concerned, there has been a lot of build up from both Bills GM Doug Whaley and head coach Doug Marrone about what they believe they’ll be getting from Tony Moeaki in 2014. The 26-year old has two starting seasons under his belt since being drafted in 2010, catching 80 passes for 1,009 yards and four total touchdowns. Two separate injuries, a torn ACL in 2011 and a fractured shoulder in 2013, have derailed his career from being a promising young tight end to one with many questions. The injury bug didn’t just find him in the NFL though. Moeaki dealt with elbow, hand and leg injuries, and a concussion as well during college. Even still, the Bills believe in his athleticism and ability to contribute. He might not be starting for the Bills, but with a full offseason expect him to be much more than just a special teams contributor — as long as he stays healthy.
As far as the tight end position has been concerned, th...
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