• Jamaal Charles shaken up early vs. Colts

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Jan 4, 2014
    Chiefs tailback Jamaal Charles left Saturday’s wild-card game at Indianapolis after being shaken up early in the first quarter. Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles left Saturday's playoff game against the Colts on his team's first possession with a possible concussion. Jamaal Charles had a huge workload during the entire regular season, and had great luck staying healthy the whole way. Charles ran off right tackle on Kansas City's first drive against Indianapolis, cut back and as he was going down Colts defensive tackle Jeris Pendleton hit him. Charles, who leads the Chiefs in rushing and receiving yards, appeared to be injured when his head hit the turf after being tackled on a seven-yard run off right end. The game-breaking back had 1,287 rushing yards, 693 receiving yards and 19 total touchdowns even though he sat out the Chiefs' final regular-season game to stay healthy.
    • Chiefs' Charles out with possible concussion

      Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles left Saturday's playoff game against the Colts on his team's first possession with a possible concussion and did not return.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Chiefs' Charles, Avery, Flowers out of game because of concussions

      Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles didn't finish the team's first drive Saturday and will miss the rest of Saturday's playoff game against the Colts after he was evaluated for a concussion. Donnie Avery, who scored on a 79-yard touchdown reception, also…
    • Jamaal Charles Left The Game After This Play

      Jamaal Charles left the game during the Chiefs first drive of the game (a touchdown-scoring drive, regardless) after this hit/tackle. It looks like his helmet hits the ground and he clearly was slow getting up. According to the Bob Glauber he is being e…
      Source: deadspin.com
    • Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles out for game after suffering concussion on opening drive

      Jamaal Charles had a huge workload during the entire regular season, and had great luck staying healthy the whole way.Then on the Chiefs' first drive of their first playoff game against the Indianapolis Colts on Saturday, he got hit hard and stayed down…
      Source: yahoo.com

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