DENVER (CBS4) – Broncos running back Jamaal Charles will see his only preseason action Saturday night against the Green Bay Packers.

“Jamaal’s going to play a lot this week,” head coach Vance Joseph said. “I’m not sure how much, but a lot. It’s going to be Jamaal’s shot to go do his thing. He knows it. He’s ready.”

Charles signed a one-year deal with the Broncos that could be worth nearly $4 million.

“I’ve wanted to be a Bronco since I was a little kid when I looked up to John Elway and saw how he carries his team and Terrell Davis at running back. That inspired me as a little kid,” Charles said of the two Hall of Famers. “I just like the way the organization was back then.”

Jamaal Charles (credit: CBS)

Before joining the Broncos, Charles spent nine season with the Kansas City Chiefs, running for 7,260 yards and 43 TDs, with another 2,457 yards receiving and 20 TD catches.


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