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Jaguars Working Out Jamaal Charles

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The Jacksonville Jaguars are working out veteran running back Jamaal Charles as well as Charcandrick West, who both have played for the Kansas City Cheifs in the past, according to NFL Network insiders Ian Rapoport and Tom Pelissero.

With starting running back Leonard Fournette missing multiple games with a lingering hanstring issue and no clear timetable for his return, and with the recent loss of Corey Grant due to a Lisfranc injury, the Jags are desperate for backfield depth.

Charles spent last season with the Denver Broncos, but toted the ball only 69 times last season, averaging 4.3 YPC along the way. Charles, who was frustrated by his lack of playing time, was a healthy scratch to close out the season.

 

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Jets’ Marcus Maye To Miss 3-4 Weeks

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New York Jets safety Marcus Maye is expected to miss 3-4 weeks of action after suffering a broken thumb during New York’s game against the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, according to the New York Daily News’ Manish Mehta.

Maye has suffered his fair share of injuries during his young career. Maye underwent an ankle scope during the offseason, and suffered another foot injury back in September of this regular season.

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Broncos’ Ronald Leary Has Torn Achilles

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The Denver Broncos will be without offensive guard Ronald Leary for the remainder of the season as the veteran tore his Achilles during the second half of Denver’s loss to the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Denver will likely turn to Max Garcia to take Leary’s spot on the line.

 

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Chiefs’ De’Anthony Thomas Suffers Broken Leg

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Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver De’Anthony Thomas will miss significant time after suffering a broken leg during what is being described as a “freak accident”, according to Chiefs’ trainer Rick Burkholder.

Anthony leg was stepped on by another player, which caused a fracture similar to the injury he suffered during the final game of the 2017 regular season.

The Chiefs believe that he will not need surgery, but his status for the remainder of the season is up in the air.

 

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