With Rakeem Nunez-Roches' release becoming official Thursday in what was a move to create cap space, the Chiefs have elected to bring back Charles after releasing him just two days earlier. Charles has been a depth option on the defensive line throughout most of his NFL career, but he hasn't seen a snap since 2016 with Detroit, so his chances of ultimately making the Chiefs' final roster appear slim.
Charles was released by the Chiefs on Tuesday.
Charles hasn't touched the field since 2016 when he played 12 games for the Lions and marked seven tackles (two solo). The 29-year-old spent 2017 preseason with Jacksonville, but he was let go before Week 1 and remained unemployed for the rest of the campaign. Charles has always played in a reserve role, and that's what he'll compete for wherever he lands.
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