Before Combine: Hgt: 6010, Wgt: 200, 40YD: 4.32-4.39-4.47
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Draft Scout Jamaal Charles News
10/08/14 - -- RB Jamaal Charles now has 6,018 rushing yards in his career, and last Sunday he jumped ahead of Larry Johnson at 6,015 yards. He is now 53 yards away from holding the No. 1 spot in Chiefs history that currently is held by Priest Holmes with 6,070 yards. "When you are a player, you never really gain a full appreciation for anything while you are playing," said running backs coach Eric Bieniemy. "As you grow older and you get more mature, more than anything you get a joy out of your kids learning what you did, and I think more so than anything, he will appreciate it later on in life. But Jamaal has bigger goals. Obviously he wants to win the Super Bowl; he wants to accomplish other goals in life."
10/01/14 - RB Jamaal Charles earned AFC offensive player of the week honors for his 108 offensive yards, three touchdown Monday night performance against New England. As he returned to practice on Wednesday, Charles was still dealing with his sore ankle that kept him out of the Miami game.
09/30/14 - RB Jamaal Charles came out of the Monday night game with a sore ankle, but Chiefs head coach Andy Reid did not expect that to keep him off the practice field when the Chiefs return to work on Wednesday
09/29/14 - RB Jamaal Charles returned to the Chiefs' lineup Monday night after missing the previous game against Miami because of an ankle injury. Charles found the end zone three times and put up 108 offensive yards on 21 touches. Two of his scores came as a receiver.
09/22/14 - RB Jamaal Charles should be back to full work in practice on Thursday when the Chiefs return to the field to get ready for New England in next week's Monday night game. Charles did not play Sunday against the Dolphins because of a sprained ankle, although he went through a strong workout before the game. He was a late scratch.