The Tony Moeaki Express is back in the repair shop again.

Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid said Thursday that he doesn't expect Moeaki, his talented but injury-prone tight end, to take the field again until his squad opens training camp in late July.

"We'll see," Reid said after the team wrapped up another three-day session of Organized Team Activities (OTA). "We'll see.

"But right now, I'm thinking he will be (available). We'll see how it goes. He's working like crazy."

Moeaki has been present at April mini-camps and May OTAs, but has yet to practice at full speed with his teammates. The 6-foot-3 receiver underwent arthroscopic knee surgery in the offseason, and Reid said he doesn't foresee him taking part in spring sessions.

The fourth-year tight end out of Iowa caught 33 balls for 453 yards a year ago, but missed all of the 2011 regular season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament.

Given Moeaki's recent history, it's no surprise the Chiefs have spent the past few months loading up on alternatives at the tight end position, including veteran Anthony Fasano, who was signed as a free agent in March, and former University of Cincinnati standout Travis Kelce, who was selected in the third round of last month's draft.