It was a scary looking injury for Kansas City Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles, who tried to make a cut in the Chicago Bears game and saw his knee move in a way that knees aren't supposed to move. The injury *looked* really bad and folks are already thinking this is a long-term injury. However, we don't have any details yet.
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Chiefs fans were devastated to see the serious looking injury to Charles. Here's what people were saying after the injury.
Non contact knee injury for Jamaal Charles. I'm sick.— nick wright (@getnickwright) October 11, 2015
Praying for my brother man!— Cyrus Gray (@CyrusGray32) October 11, 2015
Non contact injuries are never good, but we don't know exactly what it is yet. Charles tore left ACL previously. This is right knee.— TJ Carpenter (@TJCarpenterWHB) October 11, 2015
I mean how does this even happen... Finally at least look like we're getting it together.— Bill Vaughn (@bvaughnMO) October 11, 2015
You can see it give out and wobble inward here. Also: knees aren't supposed to do that. https://t.co/g4bpfMQogh— Justin Bopp (@justinbopp) October 11, 2015
Chiefs one of few teams with MRI in stadium complex. Could help with Charles' knee injury.— Will Carroll (@injuryexpert) October 11, 2015
Chiefs just can’t catch a break, man. Awful.— Jeff Herr (@TheJeffReport) October 11, 2015
The Chiefs couldn't have worse sight and in a game they lead by 14 points than seeing Jamaal Charles carried off... http://t.co/29keWHe7lF— Adam Teicher (@adamteicher) October 11, 2015
I could use a hug.— Andy Reid (@FauxAndyReid) October 11, 2015
This was scene before Jamaal Charles helped off field. Numerous teammates on knee as Charles tended to. pic.twitter.com/AzeewRlfR8— Herbie Teope (@HerbieTeope) October 11, 2015
Are you trying to say that the high powered passing attack can’t step up to make up the difference? https://t.co/kZarHHomEn— The Program (@theprogramkc) October 11, 2015
Nooooooo, not Jamaal. Anything today but Jamaal. That is now story #1.— Nic Reese (@HisDirknesS) October 11, 2015