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After emerging from the preseason opener unscathed, Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles was banged up in practice Monday. / Gerald Herbert, AP

The Kansas City Chiefs - and fantasy football players nationwide - can exhale.

Star running back Jamaal Charles was driven off the Chiefs' practice field Monday morning, but X-rays revealed no serious damage, head coach Andy Reid told reporters in St. Joseph, Mo. The injury to Charles' foot is being treated as a sprain.

Charles rushed for 1,509 yards last year after missing almost all of the 2011 season with a torn ACL. He has three 1,000-yard seasons in the last four years.

The Chiefs have little experience behind Charles with rookie Knile Davis, second-year player Cyrus Gray and 25-year-old Shane Draughn.

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