Jamaal Charles Signing One-Day Contract to Retire With Chiefs

Veteran running back Jamaal Charles will reportedly sign a one-day contract with the Kansas City Chiefs before officially announcing his retirement, according to 610 Sports Radio.

Charles is also one of the NFL's all-time leaders in yards per carry (minimum 750 attempts) at 5.375 YPC.

He is the Chiefs' all-time leading rusher, with 7,260 yards on 1,332 carries over 103 games.

The two-time first team All-Pro played 11 seasons in the National Football League, the first nine of which were with Kansas City before a relatively uneventful trek to Denver and then to Jacksonville.

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A true three-down back, Charles was Kansas City's third-round selection (No. 73 overall) in the 2008 NFL Draft.

Charles, 32, appeared in just two games for the Jacksonville Jaguars last season, carrying the ball a total of six times for just seven yards.

Charles was incredibly productive when healthy but injuries derailed his career. The period from 2009-2014, save for the 2011 season when a torn ACL limited him to two contests, Charles was the Chiefs' offensive identity.

The star running back spent nine seasons playing his home games at Arrowhead Stadium before leaving for the divisional rival Denver Broncos before the 2017 season.

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