RB Jamaal Charles is out for the year so the Kansas City Chiefs are on the look out for running backs. Reports earlier this week had the Chiefs recently working out RB Sammy Morris and former Chiefs FB Mike Cox.
I'd heard that there were actually a few more running backs working out for KC this week and Aaron Wilson of Scout.com has the details.
In addition to Morris and Cox, the Chiefs worked out running backs Jalen Parmele, Dimitri Nance and Chris Jennings.
Parmele was originally drafted in the sixth round by the Miami Dolphins in 2008 and also played for the Baltimore Ravens. He wrote on his Twitter page that he worked out for KC and says he ran a 4.38 second 40-yard dash.
Nance comes from Arizona State and signed with the Atlanta Falcons as an undrafted free agent in 2010. The Chiefs actually had some interest in him prior to that draft. He's also played for the Green Bay Packers.
Jennings spent time in the CFL before catching on with the Cleveland Browns in 2008. He later joined the New York Jets and, in the 2011 NFL preseason, had 81 yards in one game for the Jets.