The Denver Broncos signed running back Jamaal Charles to a one-year deal on Tuesday, the team announced. NFL Network reported the deal is worth up to $3.75 million. The Broncos have been in search for a running back ever since the team traded Kapri Bibbs to the San Francisco 49ers. Charles will pair up with C.J. Anderson as Denver will give opposing defenses a two-head monster look for months to come. Charles is working his way back from a knee injury, which is the main reason why it took an NFL team so long to come to a contact with him. The Kansas City Chiefs released him in February despite only playing three games in 2016 and racking up incredible numbers over the course of his nine-year career there.”I always wanted to play for Denver,” Charles told reporters during a conference call, per KMGH-TV.