Former Kansas City Chiefs RB Charcandrick West Announces Retirement!
Charcandrick West, 28, entered the NFL in 2014 as an undrafted free agent out of Abilene Christian University in Texas.
Now, 5-years-later, West is ready to hand his helmet and retire from the NFL. Read on…
Football I love you!!! And everything you have brought me in life!! But it’s time for me to move on to the next chalet in life! I love and thank everyone who supported me!! The kid they said would never play football!!??#nodreamistobig!! 35 out!!
— Charcandrick West (@Charcandrick26) December 3, 2019
CelebNSports247.com reports that Charcandrick West who suffered from rheumatoid arthritis and was told he would never play football again as a result of his condition defied the odds.
Charcandrick West became a valued member of the Kansas City Chiefs’ offense, playing alongside one of the best to suit up for Kansas City, Jamaal Charles.
In fact, West earned the job of starting running back a year into his five-year stint at Arrowhead after Charles suffered a season-ending injury in 2015. That campaign alone, the Louisiana native recorded a career-high 634 rushing yards on 160 carries with four touchdowns in 15 games.
Charcandrick West, who played in 52 games for KC from 2014-18, is retiring from football.
He had 1,587 total yards and 13 TDs ?
— Chiefs Focus (@ChiefsFocus) December 3, 2019
In his entire career playing under Andy Reid, West played 52 games, registered 1,587 yards and scored 13 touchdowns, 6 of those being receiving touchdowns.