[Kansas City.com] Jamaal Charles was knocked out of Thursday night’s 31-13 loss to the Chargers because of what the Chiefs called a neck injury. But Charles said he would be available for the Chiefs’ next game on Nov. 12 against the Steelers in Pittsburgh.
“I feel like I can still play,” Charles said. “I’m fine right now. I feel good. I came off the field pretty good. I feel like I could have gone back in, but they told me to relax.”
Charles was one of three Chiefs starters injured in the game. Left guard Jeff Allen has a possible concussion. Defensive tackle Glenn Dorsey, who hadn’t played since a September game against New Orleans, reinjured a calf muscle and didn’t return.
“It looks like he might be the guy who’s the most severe,” Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel said of Dorsey.