Jamaal Charles was a perennial All-Pro and Pro-Bowl running back who played for the Kansas City Chiefs (2008 – 2016) and Denver Broncos (2017). … Through his special education classes Jamaal went on field trips to Special Olympics events, then ultimately competed, and thrived in track and field.
What team does Jamaal Charles play for?
|No. 25, 28, 31|
|NFL Draft:||2008 / Round: 3 / Pick: 73|
|Kansas City Chiefs (2008–2016) Denver Broncos (2017) Jacksonville Jaguars (2018)|
|Career highlights and awards|
Did Jamaal Charles win a Superbowl?
Charles self-diagnoses his gold-jacket viability pretty well. … However, Charles’ career was riddled with injuries — he started over 10 games in a season just three times — and as the running back offered, he played in just two playoff games and never won a Super Bowl.
What is wrong with Jamaal Charles?
The Chiefs placed Charles on IR with a torn ACL, this time in his right leg. In 2016, Charles returned to the field in Week 5 but made just three appearances before Kansas City again placed him on IR. Charles never fully recovered from the 2015 injury. In February of 2017, the Chiefs cut Jamaal Charles.
Who used to be number 25 on the Chiefs?
|No. 25 – Kansas City Chiefs|
|Born:||April 11, 1999 Baton Rouge, Louisiana|
|Height:||5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)|
|Weight:||207 lb (94 kg)|