SI.com: First 3-5 websites you check after logging onto the Internet? Charles: WorldStarHipHop.com, Twitter, YouTube.
SI.com: Most annoying question reporters ask you? Charles: After we lose a game, they ask "What could y'all have done different?"
SI.com: Game day superstitions? Charles: On the bus ride to the stadium, I have to eat and listen to music. If it's a home game, I kiss my kids and wife. If it's an away game, I'll FaceTime my family prior to the game.
SI.com: Do you have any fears/phobias? Charles: I have no fear. God didn't give me a spirit to fear.
SI.com: If you could trade places with one athlete, who would it be? Charles: Nobody. I like the shoes that I'm in.
SI.com: Funniest athlete you know? Charles: Bernard Pollard, Arian Foster and our punter, Dustin Colquitt.
SI.com: Worst thing a fan has ever said to you? Charles: "You are an underachiever."
SI.com: Best perk of being an athlete? Charles: The opportunity the talk sports on SI Hot Clicks.
SI.com: What are you plugging? Charles: vamp! by MoZeus Worldwide is a new-age, celebrity photo sharing app that allows consumers to super-impose themselves into several different photo options directly next to Ray Lewis, Chris Culliver and myself. The vamp! app is available as a free download at the Android Marketplace and the Apple App Store. Plus, if you submit a photo of yourself with the "virtual me," you might win a chance to take a photo with the "real me" after a Chiefs game. Visit www.yourvamp.com to learn more.
Craig Peacock of the Belfast Giants (an Elite Ice Hockey League team in Northern Ireland) recently took a skate to the face. And because it's 2012, there is only one thing to do: Tweet a photo of the damage.
Ever the laughingstock, the Jets signed wide receiver Braylon Edwards today. Last week, Edwards called those in charge of the team idiots. At least Edwards limited his displeasure to one tweet. Niners running back Brandon Jacobs got suspended by the team yesterday after a series of bombs on the social media site.