In 2021, the 6-foot-1, 214-pound Charbonnet rushed for 1,137 yards and 13 scores on 203 carries while adding 24 catches for 197 yards.
When asked to describe his game, he said: “As a runner, just a physical running style.” “Downhill, one cut is the kind of game I play, but I also have the ability to make someone miss and run off the field. Just another type of player, I can hook up wherever I am. Special teams, anything the team needs me for, so that’s the type of player that Seattle will get it and that’s the kind of player I’m going to be when I get up there.
“I know the kind of person I’m going to get into the team. I’m going to work hard every day. My main focus all the time is to be the hardest worker on the block. That’s something they’re going to get. They’re going to get someone who’s physical as well and like I said, able to run the ball up and catch the ball out of the field.” That’s another type of person who would get it too, but definitely my mentality is what they’d get.”
Charbonnet adds depth to the running back room that features 2022 second-round pick Kenneth Walker III, who led all rookies with 1,050 yards and nine touchdowns last season, as well as DeeJay Dallas. With both Rashaad Penny and Travis Homer leaving free agency earlier this season, the Seahawks needed more depth in the running back even with Walker coming off a big rookie season.
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