Jamaal Charles takes one more handoff before he retires as a Chief

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Before retiring from the NFL as a member of the Kansas City Chiefs, running back Jamaal Charles took one more handoff from quarterback Patrick Mahomes on Wednesday.

The Chiefs shared a slow-motion video of the big moment. Head coach Andy Reid was there along with Chiefs players and Charles’ family.

Charles signed a one-day contract with the Chiefs so he can retire from the NFL as a member of the team, WDAF reports. He began his NFL career in Kansas City, picked up in the third round of the 2008 NFL Draft. 

The four-time Pro Bowler is the Chiefs' all-time rushing leader. 

Charles' career numbers include 1,332 rushes for 7,260 yards with 43 touchdowns. He has recorded 285 receptions for 2,457 yards with 20 touchdowns.

After being released from Kansas City in 2017, Charles played that season with the Broncos. He played the 2018 season with the Jaguars.