The Kansas City Chiefs and Jamaal Charles have come to an agreement on a new contract.
The new deal will pay Charles $28 million over four years for an average of $7 million per year. That's ranks him in the middle of the top 10 for annual average pay for running backs. The new deal will reportedly pay him $8.3 million in 2014, which is the second highest rate for a running back this season.
Charles had two years left on his previous deal at just under $10 million. That was signed back in 2010.
Everyone with a pulse is excited that Jamaal is on his way to St. Joe to Chiefs training camp. There's little question about that considering he's the Chiefs most important player. But does everyone approve of the new contract he received? Not many players get new contracts with two years remaining on their previous one.
There may still be some details to come out but let's put this to an approval poll.