Jamaal Charles has signed a one-year/$3.75M contract, with the Denver Broncos, following back-to-back injury riddle seasons for the quick running back. After coming out of the University of Texas, Charles spent all nine of his professional years with the Kansas City Chiefs.

Unfortunately for Charles and the Chiefs, he has been injured for the majority of the past three seasons, including having just 12 carries last year because of multiple health concerns. However, when he has stayed healthy, Charles has showcased his quick cuts, en route to four Pro Bowl selections.

Denver went 9-7 last season, finishing third in the AFC West and missing out on the playoffs, one year after winning Super Bowl 50. If Charles is able to stay healthy, he can add some offensive explosiveness to a Denver backfield that already has C.J. Anderson and Devontae Booker.

Photo Credit: Chiefs.com.

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