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Jamaal Charles’s status uncertain after fall during dorm room move

  • Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Chase Daniel, left,  and Jamaal Charles, right,  chat with general manager John Dorsey following NFL football training camp Thursday morning Aug. 14, 2014, on the Missouri Western State University campus in St. Joseph. Mo. (AP Photo/St. Joseph News-Press, Todd Weddle)

    Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Chase Daniel, left, and Jamaal Charles, right, chat with general manager John Dorsey following NFL football training camp Thursday morning Aug. 14, 2014, on the Missouri Western State University campus in St. Joseph. Mo. (AP Photo/St. Joseph News-Press, Todd Weddle)

  • Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles signs autographs for fans following NFL football practice Thursday morning Aug. 14, 2014, on the Missouri Western State University campus in St. Joseph. Mo. (AP Photo/St. Joseph News-Press, Todd Weddle)

    Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles signs autographs for fans following NFL football practice Thursday morning Aug. 14, 2014, on the Missouri Western State University campus in St. Joseph. Mo. (AP Photo/St. Joseph News-Press, Todd Weddle)

  • FILE - These 2013 file photos show members of The Associated Press 2013 NFL All-Pro team offense, selected Friday, Jan. 3, 2014. Top row from left are Jamaal Charles, Kansas City; Josh Gordon, Cleveland; Jimmy Graham, New Orleans; Calvin Johnson, Detroit; Ryan Kalil, Carolina and Peyton Manning, Denver. Bottom row from left are Evan Mathis, Philadelphia; LeSean McCoy, Philadelphia; Cordarrelle Patterson, Minnesota; Jason Peters, Philadelphia; Joe Thomas, Cleveland and Mike Tolbert, Carolina. (AP Photo/File)

    FILE - These 2013 file photos show members of The Associated Press 2013 NFL All-Pro team offense, selected Friday, Jan. 3, 2014. Top row from left are Jamaal Charles, Kansas City; Josh Gordon, Cleveland; Jimmy Graham, New Orleans; Calvin Johnson, Detroit; Ryan Kalil, Carolina and Peyton Manning, Denver. Bottom row from left are Evan Mathis, Philadelphia; LeSean McCoy, Philadelphia; Cordarrelle Patterson, Minnesota; Jason Peters, Philadelphia; Joe Thomas, Cleveland and Mike Tolbert, Carolina. (AP Photo/File)

  • Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Chase Daniel, left,  and Jamaal Charles, right,  chat with general manager John Dorsey following NFL football training camp Thursday morning Aug. 14, 2014, on the Missouri Western State University campus in St. Joseph. Mo. (AP Photo/St. Joseph News-Press, Todd Weddle)
  • Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles signs autographs for fans following NFL football practice Thursday morning Aug. 14, 2014, on the Missouri Western State University campus in St. Joseph. Mo. (AP Photo/St. Joseph News-Press, Todd Weddle)
  • FILE - These 2013 file photos show members of The Associated Press 2013 NFL All-Pro team offense, selected Friday, Jan. 3, 2014. Top row from left are Jamaal Charles, Kansas City; Josh Gordon, Cleveland; Jimmy Graham, New Orleans; Calvin Johnson, Detroit; Ryan Kalil, Carolina and Peyton Manning, Denver. Bottom row from left are Evan Mathis, Philadelphia; LeSean McCoy, Philadelphia; Cordarrelle Patterson, Minnesota; Jason Peters, Philadelphia; Joe Thomas, Cleveland and Mike Tolbert, Carolina. (AP Photo/File)

The status of Pro Bowl running back Jamaal Charles remains in question after he missed Sunday night’s preseason game in Carolina because of a bruised foot.

Charles had made it through every training camp practice without picking up any significant bumps or bruises. Then, when he was in the process of moving out of the Missouri Western dorms on Thursday night, he rolled his foot over a curb.

The Chiefs had no media availability on Friday or Saturday, so the injury was not revealed until Sunday, when Charles was not on the trip to Carolina.

Coach Andy Reid said yesterday that Charles had X-rays and an MRI exam that revealed no significant injury. Still, it is unclear how long Charles will be out.

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