Jamaal Charles is an American football running back player which has an estimated net worth of $30 million. He was arecipient of the Willie Ray Smith Award. Afterward, he played for University of Texas’ Texas Longhorn football team in 2005. During his sophomore year for the team, he didn’t reach the 1,000 yards rushing symbol. Charles was chosen through the draft of NFL in 2008, wherein he was decided by Kansas City Chiefs. In 2010,Charles and the officials from Chiefs reached an agreement on a five-year contract, $32.5 million deal which contains a guaranteed $13 million. Besides being a football player, he also played as track athlete at Port Arthur Memorial. He earnedwon bronze medal in the400m hurdlesat the2003 World Youth Championships in Athletics.
Charles’ first year as a Chief was barely in the spotlight; as a backup to halfback Larry Johnson, Charles rushed only 67 times for 357 yards. His breakout season arrived the subsequent year. In his second year, Charles rushed 190 times for 1,120 yards, despite just starting 10 matches after running back Larry Johnson was suspended. Shortly thereafter, Johnson was released, leaving Charles as Kansas City’s starting halfback.
He’s currently the NFL’s all-time leader in career yards-per-carry average among running backs with 5.79 YPC.