After just a three-day period of work, TE Tony Moeaki has proven that he has the both the best hands and the most ability to create mismatches among the players in his position group. Putting on pads will yield a lot more info on Moeaki…
Behind Thomas Jones and Jamaal Charles are a number of runners trying to find their way onto a roster with limited spots at the position. Kestahn Moore is still one of those players, although he does have one less runner to compete with following the release of Kolby Smith. Moore can become more than just a pleasant surprise if he displays the same speed and power with the pads as he did without the pads.
WR Jerheme Urban looks to be in line for the most extensive action of his career. If he’s not in the Chiefs game plan once the regular season rolls around, something will have to take a downturn in training camp and/or the preseason. Urban left OTAs as one of the Chiefs most reliable targets.
Moeaki could be an interesting name to watch at TE, but TE is a pretty deep fantasy position. It's early, but Urban sounds like he could make an impact, and there's always a need for WRs. While you maybe shouldn't have high expectations, these are guys to keep an eye on through KC camp.