The Star’s Terez A. Paylor writes: A 28-year-old running back coming off a productive-but-injury-marred season. Finally, a “realistic” option for a trade. Except it’s not, unless John Dorsey has the guts of a burglar and a very strong stomach to tolerate the anger of a fan base that would like to see Jamaal Charles spend his entire career as a Chief.
The Star’s Terez A. Paylor writes: A 28-year-old running back coming off a productive-but-injury-marred season. Finally, a “realistic” option for a trade. Except it’s not, unless John Dorsey has the guts of a burglar and a very strong stomach to tolerate the anger of a fan base that would like to see Jamaal Charles spend his entire career as a Chief. File photo by David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
The Star’s Terez A. Paylor writes: A 28-year-old running back coming off a productive-but-injury-marred season. Finally, a “realistic” option for a trade. Except it’s not, unless John Dorsey has the guts of a burglar and a very strong stomach to tolerate the anger of a fan base that would like to see Jamaal Charles spend his entire career as a Chief. File photo by David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
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Chiefs Q&A: Cap casualties, trade possibilities as free agency looms

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