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Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles estimates he's 80 percent recovered from a torn ACL in his left knee and will be back with a vengeance in 2012. Charles, injured Week 2 at Minnesota when he landed awkwardly, was an All-Pro in 2011, rushing for 1,467 yards in a timeshare with Thomas Jones. "If you're worried about me not being the same, just look for this year, look out for me and you'll see," Charles told KCChiefs.com. This season, the Chiefs are pairing Charles with newcomer Peyton Hillis, who signed as a free agent in the offseason. Charles has dropped weight being away from the game for eight months. He won't be pushed in offseason workouts or training camp, but he's ready for whatever coach Romeo Crennel clears him to do. "I feel like I can do the same things my teammates do," Charles said. "I do it without the coaches around. I catch balls, I cut, I do ladder drills and I've been doing this for like two months. So coa...
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After tearing his ACL towards the beginning of last season, Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles says that he’s “80 percent” healthy right now.
Charles believes he’ll be the same he was before tearing his ACL.
“If you’re worried about me not being the same, just look for this year, look out for me and you’ll see,” Charles said.
“I feel like I can do the...
Running back Jamaal Charles is said to be 80 percent recovered from the torn ACL that ended his 2011 campaign, according to the Chiefs' official team website. Fantasy Spin: Charles is seven months removed from surgery, and expects to get clearance to participate in team activities soon. He plans on coming back strong in 2012, and while this is encouraging - he will remain a risky...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. There's a reason you treat Jamaal Charles like a Faberge egg, even though he can already cut on a dime again. There's a reason you take a flier on Peyton Hillis, even though he allegedly pouted his way out of Cleveland. There's a reason you find a creative way to use Dexter McCluster's wheels.
And the reason is this: When Romeo Crennel's teams...
Coming off a breakout 2010 season, Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles' 2011 campaign lasted just 34 plays, ending after suffering a torn ACL when he slipped on a yardage marker on the sideline in Week 2 against the Detroit Lions. Charles is eager to get back on the field and promises he'll be back to his old self, Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star reports....
Charles Sollers, a photographer from Missouri for Rivals.com has created a new concept design for the Kansas City Chiefs helmets and uniforms.
By now you have probably seen some of Sollers work as he also has provided images of college team helmets and uniforms.
As Nike takes over the NFL uniforms there were little changes made, but could you imagine Dwayne Bowe wearing this?
Kansas City Chiefs left tackle Brandon Albert could be in store for his most important season of his five-year NFL career. Not only will his rookie contract expire at the end of the season, but he may be forced into new roles with heavier expectations in 2012.
PITTSBURGH—Much has been said about how arriving Pittsburgh OC Todd Haley will get along with QB Ben Roethlisberger.
To read this article and watch a video of Ben Roethlisberger, please click the link below.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- The Kansas City Chiefs have signed former Jets defensive end Ropati Pitoitua.
The team announced the move Tuesday. Pitoitua was a free agent after playing in 22 games over the past two seasons with the Jets.
The former Washington State defensive end joined New York as an undrafted free agent in 2008, spending his first season in the league on the team&...
Changes were inevitable to the Chiefs scouting department when Phil Emery left last winter to become general manager of the Chicago Bears. The Chiefs made at least some of those changes today when they promoted Jim Nagy from regional scout to national scout, hired Kyle OBrien as a regional scout and elevated scouting assistant Ryne Nutt to area scout. Nagy and O'Brien have...
Kansas City Chief Jamaal Charles is on a mission for dealing out some pain instead of taking it. The 2nd leading rusher in the NFL in 2010, Charles blew his knee out in week 2 of the 2011 season and went on the IR for the rest of the year.
Charles had a monstrous season in 2010 in which he gained 1,467 yards and his promise had even more momentum. All that is now back on track...