The Chiefs are holding Jamaal Charles out of their second preseason game with a bruised foot.
Chiefs coach Andy Reid told USA Today he's "comfortable" if Jamaal Charles hits 320 touches for the third straight year.
Jamaal Charles' new contract includes no guaranteed money beyond 2014.
Chiefs signed RB Jamaal Charles to a two-year, $18.1 million contract extension through 2017.
According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, Jamaal Charles will not report to Chiefs camp Wednesday barring a breakthrough in contract talks.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport confirms Jamaal Charles is considering a holdout.
CBS Kansas City reports Jamaal Charles will hold out from training camp as he seeks a new contract.
Coach Andy Reid said he expects to lighten Jamaal Charles' workload slightly next season.
Jamaal Charles doesn't believe he suffered a concussion in the Wild Card Round loss to the Colts.
Jamaal Charles' concussion isn't considered serious.
Jamaal Charles (concussion) will not return to the Chiefs' Wild Card game against the Colts.
Jamaal Charles was forced from Saturday's Wild Card game with a possible concussion, and is questionable to return.
Jamaal Charles' 2013 base salary was just $1.75 million, and he's owed a meager $2.25 million in 2014.
Jamaal Charles is inactive for Week 17 against the Chargers.