Before Combine: Hgt: 6010, Wgt: 200, 40YD: 4.32-4.39-4.47
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Draft Scout Jamaal Charles News
01/06/14 - RB Jamaal Charles left Saturday's game against Indianapolis early in the first quarter with a concussion and did not return. On a running play, Charles took a glancing blow from a Colts defender, but then his head appeared to bounce off the playing surface at Lucas Oil Stadium. The Chiefs did not provide any further information on the injury.
12/24/13 - RB Jamaal Charles enters the final game of the regular season needing just 20 yards to reach 2,000 offensive yards for the season. Charles has run for 1,287 yards on 259 carries, while catching 70 passes for 693 yards. Overall he has 19 touchdowns. Whether Charles gets the chance to gain those 20 yards will depend on head coach Andy Reid's decision on how much playing time his starters will see in a game that does not affect the Chiefs position in the AFC playoffs.
12/19/13 - RB Jamaal Charles earned the AFC offensive player of the week honors for his five-touchdown performance against Oakland. Charles continues to rank among the most productive offensive players in the league, with 1,836 yards from scrimmage and a league leading 18 touchdowns.
12/17/13 - RB Jamaal Charles became the first running back in NFL history to catch four touchdown passes in a single game when he pulled off that performance against Oakland. The previous record was three TD catches held by 15 other players. Charles also had the fifth-best receiving yardage day for a running back in league annals with 195 yards. It was the highest receiving total for a back since 1999.
12/11/13 - RB Jamaal Charles leads the NFL in total first downs, moving the sticks 91 times in 13 games. That's 65 rushing and 26 as a receiver. It's 13 first downs more than the next closest player, Chicago's Matt Forte with 78 first downs.