As expected by many, Jamaal Charles has signed with his former division rival, the Denver Broncos. There was were reports that the Broncos were going to bring Charles in to evaluate him, and it seems that today's physical and meeting went well, and the two sides have agreed on a deal.
The deal is reported to be a 1-year deal worth $3.75 million, and Charles will look to be the Broncos starting runningback, hoping to pass over C.J. Anderson. Jamaal Charles has been a star in the league for most of the last few years, but has missed 24 games over the last two seasons due to injuries, so that is what resulted in the Chiefs moving on from their stud runningback.
Charles is a big addition to the Broncos if he can stay healthy for them, and if they can get some consistent QB play this season, the Broncos may be moving back towards the right direction. Let's hope that not only can Charles stay healthy, but that he can help the Broncos get back to the playoffs.