Get to know Seahawks running back Chris Carson.
Q: Did you play any other sports in high school?
A: I played basketball and ran track in high school.
Q: If you could play another position, what would it be?
A: Safety. I played safety in high school before switching over to running back in my junior season.
Q: What was the most memorable game you've played in?
A: Probably my senior year of high school against crosstown rival Norcross. That was a big rivalry game for two seasons, with me starting for Parkview and Norcross starting current Saints RB Alvin Kamara in their backfield. Kamara took that game, though. Either that game, or the one when I was 10 years old and scored six touchdowns by the end of the third quarter.
Q: Favorite sports memory as a fan?
A: Watching LeBron James win his first title.
Q: Any nicknames?
A: I was called 'Juice' growing up, and was called 'Smoke' while I attended JUCO at Butler Community College in Kansas.
Q: Are there any causes that you're particularly passionate about?
A: Homelessness, especially with the youth.
Q: Favorite emoji?
A: The 100 emoji.
Q: Any pets?
A: I have two Cane Corso dogs – Ziya and Memphis. My dream job outside of football would be to breed Cane Corsos.
Q: What's the number one thing on your bucket list?
A: Really, I just want a big house with a bunch of acres in the back yard and like, five or six Cane Corso's running around.
Q: Favorite meal?
A: Hot wings.
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Q: Biggest achievement outside of football?
A: Graduating from Oklahoma State University.
Q: What is your favorite moment as a Seahawks player?
A: It had to be running out of the tunnel at CenturyLink Field for the first time. That was amazing.