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New Jaguars RB Jamaal Charles ideal relief for T.J. Yeldon

Jamaal Charles who spent last season with the Broncos signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars on Tuesday. More Jamaal Charles who spent last season with the Broncos signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars on Tuesday. More
Cary Erickson | 10 October, 2018, 08:58

You knew the Jacksonville Jaguars would add another running back or two to their depleted running back situation.

With Corey Grant out for the season, Leonard Fournette sidelined with a hamstring injury and T.J. Yeldon playing on a bad ankle the Jaguars needed to make some moves at running back. Per Ryan O'Halloran of the Denver Post, that signing will be a member from the Denver Broncos' practice squad in David Williams, who is expected to sign with Jags Tuesday.

Former star running back Jamaal Charles, a four-time NFL Pro Bowler, is reportedly signing a free agent contract with Jacksonville.

For the season, he had 296 rushing yards with one touchdown. The 31-year-old hasn't logged more than 10 rushes in a game since 2015, and as long as Yeldon is healthy, Charles will likely be used as nothing more than a change-of-pace back.

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A Jacksonville Jaguars helmet sits on the field before the start of the Jaguars and Washington Redskins game at FedExField on September 14, 2014 in Landover, Maryland.

Per Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com, "Charles became the leading rusher in Chiefs history (7,260 yards) despite a series of knee injuries".

Even with his smaller workload, Charles has the highest per-carry average in National Football League history of any running back with at least 1,000 carries. In 2013, he led the National Football League in rushing touchdowns.

The Jaguars (3-2) will head to Dallas to face the Cowboys (2-3) on Sunday. Charles tore his right ACL in October 2015 and was released by the Chiefs after he underwent multiple knee surgeries in 2016. He tore the left ACL in 2011.