Before Combine: Hgt: 6010, Wgt: 200, 40YD: 4.32-4.39-4.47
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Draft Scout Jamaal Charles News
11/17/16 - Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles had his left knee scoped on Monday, team trainer Rick Burkholder said Thursday.
Charles was placed on injured reserve Nov. 1 and had his right knee scoped by Dr. James Andrews the following day. The Chiefs were hoping Charles might return for the regular-season finale or any postseason games but the second procedure this month might make a return this season unlikely.
11/17/16 - RB Jamaal Charles (knees) underwent a second knee surgery this week and remains on the club's injured-reserve list. Charles had surgery on his right knee in November when orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews trimmed his meniscus. On Monday, Dr. Andrews scoped his left knee for some clean up. "He's had his right knee scoped and now he's had his left knee scoped," Chiefs head trainer Rick Burkholder said. "The rehab is the same. We anticipate recovery will be fine."
11/02/16 - RB Jamaal Charles had exploratory surgery Wednesday on his right knee by Dr. James Andrews. The four-time Pro Bowl selection was placed on injured reserve Tuesday and he will miss at least eight weeks. Charles tore the ACL in his right knee 12-plus months ago and has never fully healed. He has experienced multiple setbacks this season. Charles played sparingly in 2016 with 40 yards on 12 carries over three games. He sat out the game against the Colts due to knee soreness.
11/01/16 - RB Jamaal Charles (knee) was placed on injured reserve amid a report that he may need another knee surgery.
10/31/16 - RB Jamaal Charles (knee) is scheduled to visit orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews in Florida on Monday for a look at his right knee. Andrews handled the surgery on the torn ACL a year ago. In the last month or so, Charles' rehab has not gotten him back on the field, as he's been dealing with swelling and pain. Whatever diagnosis that comes from the doctor will be very important for the Chiefs offense and the contributions from the franchise's all-time leading rusher.