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Seahawks Player Q&A: Justin Britt

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Get to know Seahawks center Justin Britt ahead of Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys.

Q: Did you play any other sports in high school?

A: I ran track and wrestled. I ended up going undefeated at Lebanon High School in Missouri and was named an All-American.

Q: Do you have any unique pre-game rituals?

A: I have to listen to 'Crazy' by Boosie at some point before the game.

Q: What was the most memorable game you've played in?

A: During high school, we won our first playoff game in 13 years while I was there so that was pretty memorable.

Q: What is your main source of motivation as a player?

A: My family. My wife and two kids are my motivation.

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Training Camp vibes with the family.

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Q: Do you have a most prized possession?

A: I have a 1979 Cutlass Supreme, which was my car in high school and I just put a lot of money into renovating it.

Q: What is your dream job outside of sports?

A: I want to own a gym if I'm not a football strength coach somewhere.

Q: Favorite food?

A: Pizza

Q: What is something that not many people know about you?

A: I can't cook

Q: Favorite emoji?

A: The rock-on emoji

Q: What's your favorite vacation spot?

A: Cabo

Q: What's the most difficult part about being your size?

A: Either keeping my weight on, because I have to eat A LOT of food, or the fact that I can't own a Lamborghini.

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Cabo!

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Q: Do you have a cause that you're passionate about?

A: Single-parent homes. I grew up in a single-parent home, and my Run the Race Foundation is currently aiming towards tackling that.

Q: Favorite Seattle restaurant?

A: Metropolitan Grill

Q: What is your favorite moment as a Seahawks player?

A: Earning my second contract to remain a Seahawk.

Take a look back at some of the best photos of Justin Britt as the Seahawks center signs a 3-year contract extension with the club.

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