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Seahawks Player Q&A: Former Running Back Randall Morris

Get to know and catch up with former Seahawks running back Randall Morris, who Seattle took in the 10th round of the 1984 NFL Draft. 


Q: What are you up to now?

A: I run my business. I have a post-construction tenants' business that I've had for the last 16 years. I'm focusing on being a full-time dad. I'm taking a back seat this season, this will be the first year I will be in the stands for my son's football games instead of coaching him down on the field, so that will be a big adjustment. So, I have a full plate.

Q: Do you operate a foundation or own any businesses?

A: I have a foundation called the Randall Morris Foundation For Youth And Families in which we raise funds for charities in the community.

Q: Favorite part of retirement?

A: I'm not getting beat up anymore. My body has a chance to rejuvenate and I'm not as sore. What I do miss about playing though, is the camaraderie that we had as a team. We used to go to war together. I miss that, I miss my friends.

Q: Most memorable game that you played in?

A: I remember when we played the Pittsburgh Steelers, and Curt Warner was in there doing his thing. So, coach takes him out and he put me in the game. First play, I take a pitch right 52 yards for a touchdown. Next play, Curt Warner says, "put me back in." I guess he didn't want me getting any more turf time.

Q: Most memorable or favorite former teammate?

A: Charle Young and Steve Largent

Q: Favorite sports memory as a fan?

A: Watching O.J. Simpson go for over 2,000 yards. I was there, right in front of the television watching.

Q: Favorite team growing up?

A: My favorite team growing up was the Raiders because I'm from California.

Q: Most prized possession?

A: My degree from the University of Tennessee. I worked hard for that.


Q: Favorite meal?

A: Mexican Food.

Q: Favorite Seattle Restaurant?

A: El Gaucho.

Q: What is the number one thing on your bucket list?

A: I want to go over across the water and play golf at the home of golf, St. Andrews.

Q: Favorite vacation spot?

A: Cabo St. Lucas.

Q: First job growing up?

A: I worked for the military painting windows when I was 13 years old.

Q: Go-to karaoke song?

A: I give all my love to you – Keith Sweat.

Q: Favorite movie?

A: Any of The Godfather's.

Q: Favorite book?

A: Any of the Harry Potter series.

Q: Biggest influence on your life?

A: My high school coach.

Q: Favorite musical artist(s)?

A: Marvin Gaye.