Free-agent running back Jamaal Charles, a former 1,500-yard rusher for the Kansas City Chiefs until injuries derailed him the last two years, could be a more versatile option for the Seahawks -- if he proves healthy and affordable.
Free-agent running back Jamaal Charles, a former 1,500-yard rusher for the Kansas City Chiefs until injuries derailed him the last two years, could be a more versatile option for the Seahawks -- if he proves healthy and affordable. Orlin Wagner AP
Free-agent running back Jamaal Charles, a former 1,500-yard rusher for the Kansas City Chiefs until injuries derailed him the last two years, could be a more versatile option for the Seahawks -- if he proves healthy and affordable. Orlin Wagner AP
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Report: Seahawks, free-agent RB Jamaal Charles have “mutual interest,” free-agent visit upcoming

March 09, 2017 10:19 AM

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