5. Tony Moeaki
It might be a surprise to some that Moeaki was able to squeeze into this list at No. 5 after only playing two full seasons with the Chiefs. However, he had two very productive years at the tight end position for the club, averaging just over 500 yards per campaign for that two-year stretch.
The ex-Iowa Hawkeye also owns one of the best catches in franchise history with his amazing one-handed TD catch vs. San Francisco during the 2010 season. He was also a very capable blocker to go with being a solid pass catcher in his time with Kansas City.
Unfortunately, injury issues lead to his release before the 2013 regular season, and he has never really been able to emulate the success that he had when he was healthy with KC.
4. Walter White
Don’t be fooled, this is not the same guy who played in the hit show “Breaking Bad”. Walter White just happens to also be the name of one of the best tight ends in Chiefs history. In his five seasons with KC, White amassed 2,396 receiving yards and 16 receiving TDs for Kansas City, which are both good for 3rd all-time for tight ends in those respective categories for KC.
White, who is also one of two players that made this list to play for both Kansas City and Pittsburgh, played his last NFL season in 1979 at the age of 28. Today, he is now a vice president at Commerce Bank in the Kansas City area.
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