Jamaal Charles Plans To Be A DJ After NFL Career
One of the beautiful things about football is it’s truly a team sport. You’re defense can be stellar and not allow points, while you’re offense is walking up the field scoring lights out. However that can all be wiped away with one bad play.
Sometimes you can put in all the effort in the world, but the cylinders on other levels aren’t clicking. When you’re doing everything humanly possible correct what more can one person do?
In addition to being the NFL’s all-time leader in yards-per-carry among RBs, Kansas City Chief Pro Bowl RB Jamaal Charles has decided to remain optimistic in his journey on the football field. Despite his team finishing with the worst record in the league, Charles manage to propel to higher levels while breaking Jim Brown’s record in the process. Charles is looking forward to working with the new additions to the Chiefs such as: Coach Andy Ried and QB Alex Smith.
NotesFromUndergroundTV.Com caught up with the Texas native this past week in Austin enjoying the SXSW festivities. Charles talked about the direction the Chiefs are going, his love for the Spurs, and his next career in Djing.
Some interesting tidbits from the interview were the fact Charles likes to dabble on the 1s and 2s entertaining people as a DJ, which could be a well-received post-football career. DJ J Charles knows how to get the locker room moving and grooving it appears.
He doesn’t just stop with the turn tables, Charles knows his basketball too. Although the world may find the Spurs boring and old, one person who doesn’t is Jamaal Charles. He hasn’t forgotten that Oklahoma City hurt the Spurs chances to getting to the finals last season, and is hoping this year they are able to redeem themselves.
It will be interesting to see what transpires for the Kansas Chiefs and Jamaal Charles. The Chiefs have added some nice components to both sides of the field. Now that they have paired a new coach and QB with an unstoppable running back in Charles, this will be an interesting season for the Chiefs. At least one thing is for certain, after the win we already have a DJ lined up in place for the celebration.Powered by Sidelines