It does not look like Jamaal Charles is ready to go just yet. After tearing his ACL this past October, it has been a long process of trying to get the Pro Bowl running back back on the field with the Kansas City Chiefs. He started the preseason on the PUP list and has since been taken off, but it still may be a few more weeks until he see the man actually play a snap of football. The self proclaimed "Lebron of football" is in great spirits, but who really knows if he will be anywhere close to the the level of talent we have seen in past seasons. ACL injuries are always extremely hard to come back from, especially for running backs who are constantly getting pummeled by 250+ pound behemoths. Only the best of the best can come back and play elite (just ask AP), but most becomes shells of their former selves and end up in an abyss of being irrelevant in the league. Cheifs head coach Andy Reid stated regarding his prized running back saying "When he's ready to go, he'll be a pretty player." Charles is supposedly in high spirits, so hopefully he will be able to use his positive attitude as an influence to take the league by storm when he gets back. He always seems to be in the shadow of other stud backs, so it would be a great feel good story for him to shred up defenses as soon as he gets back to business. Fantasy owners are biting their nails waiting for this guy to comeback and will be quite upset if they wasted an early round draft pick on a guy who will take a backseat role. Spencer Ware is something else and has a very good chance of taking his mentors job. During week one against the Chargers, he put up 70 yards on 11 carries to go along with one touchdown and seven receptions for 130 yards. Those are some pretty eye opening numbers, so if Charles wants his job back he is going to out perform a young and hungry back trying to make his mark on the league.