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Running back Jamaal Charles of the Kansas City Chiefs left practice this morning with what appeared to be a leg injury. We now have confirmation from Adam Schefter that the injury is a foot strain and that the X-rays were negative.  This injury doesn't look to be too serious and it is good news for the Kansas City Chiefs. Adam Schefter        ✔ @AdamSchefter X-rays on Jamaal Charles' foot were negative. Chiefs calling it a foot strain. Follow @TheNFLInjuryRpt Looking for fantasy football advice?
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We reported earlier that Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles was carted off the practice field. Chiefs head coach Andy Reid confirmed after practice that X-rays were negative and Charles suffered a strained foot. X-rays on Jamaal Charles' foot were negative. Chiefs calling it a foot strain. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 12, 2013 Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ...

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Monday NFL Notes

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