Chiefs sign Jamaal Charles to two-year extension

Charles gets new deal Aaron Wilson

Print This July 23, 2014, 04:57 PM EST

The Kansas City Chiefs have hammered out a two-year contract extension with star running back Jamaal Charles.

Charles was due $3.9 million this year.

He's now due to make $18 million in new money over the next two years.

Charles led the NFL with 19 touchdowns last season.

The new deal avoids a potential holdout situation for Charles, who was underpaid for his production.

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Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun

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