Jamaal Charles is still running.
The former All-Pro has signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars, the team announced Tuesday. NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reports it's a one-year deal.
Charles will split time with T.J. Yeldon, who's averaging 4.4 yards a carry but has yet to eclipse 60 rushing yards in a game.
The Denver Broncos took a flier on Charles last year and the 31-year-old showed there was still some tread on the tires. Relegated to a reserve role for the first time in his career, he received at least eight carries on five occasions and averaged at least 4.7 yards a pop four times. But his role diminished as the season wore on and he finished with just 296 yards over 14 games.
The 10-year veteran has rushed for 7,556 yards in his career. His 5.4 yards per carry lifetime average is the highest mark for a non-quarterback in the Super Bowl era.