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Charles says he expects to play against Cowboys

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Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles cuts past Jacksonville Jaguars free safety John Cyprien during the first half of a National Football League football game last Sunday in Jacksonville, Fla.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles expects to be available for Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys after bruising his quad in last weekend’s win at Jacksonville.
Charles ran for 77 yards and a touchdown before hurting his quad in the second half of a 28-2 rout of the Jaguars. He went to the locker room, then returned to the field for one play, before Chiefs head coach Andy Reid decided to give him the rest of the afternoon off.
“We’re just taking it slow,” Reid said before Wednesday afternoon’s practice. “I ...


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