KANSAS CITY, Mo. You'd need a GPS to find Jamaal Charles in all these new formations, even on a good day.
One series, he's at his standard spot at tailback. The next, he's the deep back in the Pistol. The next, he's out wide, lounging around in Dwayne Bowe's real estate.
Over the past month, the Kansas City Chiefs' all-universe tailback has been tried out in more positions than a socket wrench. It's just another wrinkle in Andy Reid's makeover-slash-master plan. Or not. In May, it's kind of hard to tell.
"Obviously, we know what he did last year Pro Bowl running back, had over 1,500 yards, excellent, excellent season," new offensive coordinator Doug Pederson told reporters Thursday following the penultimate practice of the this week's round of organized team activities. "He's a guy that we can put in multiple spots. He's a sharp kid. He's worked extremely hard this offseason.
"Really, I think the sky is the limit with him with what we're trying to do. Just put him in differe...