Jamaal Charles

Jamaal RaShaad Jones Charles is a former American football running back.

From being diagnosed with a learning disability and facing ridicule as a child to becoming the all-time leader in career yards-per-carry among running backs in the National Football League, as of 2019, Jamaal Charles’ life story would surely make a decent bestselling book. Read on to find out more about the player.

What is Jamaal Charles’s claim to fame?

A retired professional football player from the United States.

Is Jamaal Charles on the verge of induction into the Hall of Fame? The running back seems to be upbeat about his chances.

With Jamaal Charles now officially retired, the debate about whether the former Kansas City Chiefs running back belongs in the Pro Football Hall of Fame will begin.

If there is one career statistic that shows Charles deserves to be in the Hall of Fame, it is his yards per carry. Charles averaged an impressive 5.4 yards per carry during his 11 seasons in the NFL, which is the second-most by any running back in NFL history and ranks fourth overall. Charles is unsure if his ranking would be sufficient to earn him a place in the Hall of Fame, but he appears confident about his chances.

Charles also surpassed the 1,000-yard mark five times during a career in which he rushed for 7,563 yards, which ranks 56th all-time. Although that number places him ahead of several Hall of Famers on the NFL’s all-time rushing list – he outpaces Gale Sayers (4,956), Marion Motley (4,720), and Leroy Kelly (7,274) – the number pales in comparison to modern running backs, with whom Charles will be compared during the Hall of Fame voting process.

On the all-time rushing list, Frank Gore, Adrian Peterson, and LeSean McCoy all rank ahead of him. Not to mention, Marshawn Lynch is ahead of him, and there is a fair chance that Beast Mode will qualify for the Hall of Fame in the same year as Charles.

Additionally, Charles has never led the NFL in rushing and has never won a Super Bowl. If something eventually hurts Charles’ chances of being inducted, he claims it would be his lack of postseason results.

Charles appeared in only two playoff games during his 11-year career and never advanced into the wild-card round. Of course, regardless of what happens in Canton, Charles will always be a Kansas City Hall of Famer. Charles took one more handoff before calling it quits for good after agreeing a one-day deal to retire with the Chiefs this week.

Where was Jamaal Charles born?

To begin, Jamaal Charles was born in Port Arthur, Texas as Jamaal RaShaad Jones Charles. He is an American citizen and a member of the black racial community. Capricorn is his zodiac sign.

He was diagnosed as a child with a learning disorder that made reading difficult for him. This unintentionally harmed his participation in activities with other children his age, as he was regularly teased and mocked.

Charles attended Memorial High School in Port Arthur, Texas for his studies. Jamaal Charles enrolled at the University of Texas after graduating from high school, and as a true freshman, he helped his team win the national championship.

When did Jamaal Charles decide to try a career in football?

Jamaal Charles started his football career in high school and continues as a true freshman in college.

Prior to that, he played three seasons for the school, finishing fourth in total rushing yards by a Texas player, before opting to forego his senior year and join the 2008 NFL Draft, where he was picked 73rd overall by the Kansas City Chiefs.

Charles spent nine seasons with Kansas City, during which he was consistently ranked among the NFL’s Top 100 Players by his peers in five different seasons (2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016). He also made the Pro Bowl four times (2010, 2012, 2013, and 2014), was named to the first team of the All-Pro team twice (2010, 2013), and led the NFL in rushing touchdowns in 2013 before being released by the Chiefs in February 2017.

Charles started his career with the Denver Broncos for one season before joining the Jacksonville Jaguars in October 2018. His tenure with the Jaguars was short, as he was released a few weeks later, establishing him as a free agent.
Charles announced on April 30, 2019 that he will sign a one-day ceremonial contract with the Chiefs in order to retire as a Chief.

Who is the wife of Jamaal Charles?

Reflecting his personal life, Jamaal Charles is married to Whitney Golden Charles, whom he has known since they were in eighth grade. The couple got engaged on the 3rd of July, 2011 and got married a year later, on the 2nd of June, 2012. Together, they have two daughters named Makaila Jae and Makenzie.

Whitney is a full-time mother, however, she is also very much involved in her husband’s Youth Matters Family Foundation through which he holds free football camps for kids every year.

How much is Jamaal Charles’s net worth?

Jamaal Charles has a net worth estimated to be around $13 million. The four-time Derrick Thomas Award recipient was able to amass his wealth through his salaries over the years in the NFL as well as from endorsements.

Moves to his contracts, In 2008, when he was drafted by Kansas, Charles put pen to paper on a 3-year $1.75 million contract. In 2010, he extended his contract with the side for 5 years for $32.5 million. Four years later, Kansas again extended his stay for 2 more years by offering him an $18.1 million contract. In February 2017, Kansas released Charles and gave room for him to sign a 1-year, $2.5 million contract with the Denver Broncos. It is not clear how much the Jacksonville Jaguars paid him for the few weeks he spent with the side.

How tall is Jamaal Charles?

Observing his body statistics, Jamaal Charles has a height of 5 feet 11 inches (1.80 m) and weighs 200 pounds (91 kg). Similarly, his arm length of 32 1⁄8 inches (0.82 m) and a hand size of 8 3⁄4 inches (0.22 m). Further, He has a  black/brown hair color.

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