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Jamaal Charles was carted off the field on Monday with a foot injury. Mark “Dr. Roto” Bloom has the detailed report on the injury and whether or not to panic yet. Plus, what’s up with Brandon Lloyd and Malcom Floyd? Adam Ronis adds his fantasy insights.
For the first time since Jovan Belcher murdered his girlfriend Kassandra Perkins and subsequently took his own life Saturday morning at the Kansas City Chiefs’ facility, his family has come out and spoken to the public.
This Video Of Jamaal Charles Justifying Getting Peyton Manning’s Autograph Will Power You Through Your Morning
There’s been a lot of debate over whether or not it was socially acceptable for Jamaal Charles to ask for Peyton Manning’s autograph after his Chiefs lost to the Broncos 17-9 this week. Here’s Jamaal to set the record straight.
Kansas City’s Jamaal Charles channeled the spirit of NFL legend and Kansas-native Gale Sayers for perhaps the play of the day.
On Sunday, Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles tore his ACL, and now he’s done for the year. It’s a devastating injury for Charles, especially given the limited shelf life of most running backs, and for the Chiefs, since Charles is one of the most explosive offensive players in football. And yes – it was bad news for fantasy owners with Charles on their teams. But we wouldn’t have expected the NFL to take advantage of that so blatantly.
Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles left the game after stumbling awkwardly Sunday in the first quarter of Kansas City’s game against Detroit. Adding insult to (literal) injury is how Charles was left tumbling into the Lions’ mascot after the play.
When Lance Briggs showed off his commemorative 9/11 gloves, we chose to ignore the fact that he casually mentioned the gloves were provided to him by Reebok. But this tweet, sent out by Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles, sure looks like it was helped along by a Reebok social media marketer.
Jamaal Charles of the Kansas City Chiefs showed off his blazing speed in the first quarter against the Ravens in today’s AFC wildcard playoff game. Baltimore currently leads 10-7 at the start of the second half.