Tony Moeaki TE BUF 7 Days

Moeki continues to miss practice time due to a hamstring issue, BuffaloBills.com reports.

Meanwhile, Scott Chandler is back healthy and Moeaki has still never had an extended stretch where he's been able to learn the Buffalo offense as a healthy player. At best he can get back quickly and win the No. 2 job, but there's a chance the Bills could cut bait and go with healthier options in Lee Smith and Chris Gragg behind Chandler.

Tony Moeaki TE BUF 15 Days

Moeaki (hamstring) was limited to individual position drills during Tuesday night's practice.

The Bills will continue to take a conservative approach with Moeaki, who will likely be limited in practice for at least a few more days. Once he's back to 11-on-11 drills, he'll compete with Lee Smith for the role of Scott Chandler's primary backup.

Tony Moeaki TE BUF 16 Days

Moeaki (hamstring) is expected to practice Tuesday.

Moeaki's hamstring ailment turned out to be just a 10-day injury, which is far from the worst-case scenario since it was initially reported that the injury would cause him to miss "significant" time. Moeaki is hoping to carve out a role as an off-the-bench pass catcher for the Bills.

Tony Moeaki TE BUF 26 Days

Bills TE Tony Moeaki is dealing with a hamstring injury.

Tony Moeaki TE BUF 1 Month

WGR 550 Buffalo considers Bills TE Tony Moeaki on the roster bubble.

This puts reporter Joe Buscaglia in accord with ESPN's Mike Rodak, though Buscaglia also believes Moeaki could carve out a nice role in camp. Moeaki ran with the first-team offense for the majority of the offseason as Scott Chandler missed time. As always with Moeaki, his roster spot will ultimately come down to his health. Either way, he's unlikely to make a fantasy impact in 2014.

Tony Moeaki TE BUF 2 Months

ESPN's Mike Rodak considers TE Tony Moeaki on the roster bubble.

Tony Moeaki TE BUF 2 Months

WGR 550 Buffalo's Joe Buscaglia suggests Tony Moeaki is a threat to Scott Chandler's starting job.

Moeaki spent almost the spring with Buffalo's first-team offense, while Chandler was limited in OTAs and excused from minicamp due to a family matter. Moeaki is a better blocker and athlete than Chandler, and the Bills at very least can put him to use in two-tight end sets. Per Buscaglia, Buffalo wanted Eric Ebron at No. 9 had it not found a trade partner to move up for Sammy Watkins.

Tony Moeaki TE BUF 3 Months

WGR 550 Buffalo believes Bills TE Tony Moeaki could have an expanded role for 2014.

Moeaki was active for two games last season, but failed to play a single snap. According to reporter Joe Buscaglia, the Bills believe in Moeaki's "athleticism and ability to contribute." The injury-prone former Chief won't be a starter, but could carve out roles both on offense and special teams. He's highly unlikely to be a fantasy contributor.

Tony Moeaki TE BUF 9 Months

Newly signed Bills TE Tony Moeaki isn't expected to be active for Sunday's game.

Moeaki greatly improves the Bills' tight end corps, but is going to need a lot more than four days to learn the playbook. Moeaki will likely be eased in over the season's final month, and won't be a legitimate option in re-draft leagues. Although he has one of the league's longest injury histories, Moeaki is worth a flier in Dynasty formats.

Tony Moeaki TE BUF 9 Months

Bills signed TE Tony Moeaki.

Moeaki was waived by the Chiefs with an injury settlement last month. The oft-injured veteran posted a 33/453/1 line in 15 games last season and will provide depth behind contract-year TE Scott Chandler. The Bills released RB Tashard Choice from the 53-man roster in a corresponding move.