Originally posted on 60 Max Power O  |  Last updated 6/9/13
Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles is a year removed from recovering from a knee injury and a very bad offense. In 2013, Charles is working with new offensive coordinator Doug Pederson and he likes the direction the offense is taking. Primarily used as a lead back in the past, the team has plans to used him in various roles that include a bigger role in the passing game. Pederson wants to run the read option, spread, and multiple receiver packages that includes Charles in all of them. "This offense might be the best thing that ever happened to me," Charles said, via Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star. "I think this offense will get me open. They’re going to throw me the ball more. I think I’ll continue to stack Pro Bowls on Pro Bowls if I can stay healthy." "There’s a short life for running backs," Charles said. "I’m not worried about (Davis). He’s my teammate. I love the guy. I want him to come in and do great. I wish that to be known. But at the same time, I’ve got a family to feed. My main job is to stay on top of things as much as possible." "I definitely know my role. I’ve got a lot of stuff to program in my mind right now. There’s a lot of stuff in the Andy Reid offense, the same stuff he did with Westbrook and McCoy, and I think I fit his scheme as well as they did."  
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