Chuck Carroll is a member of the Pro Football Writers of America, a decade-long veteran of radio, pro wrestling aficionado and most importantly an advocate for healthy living.
He has been covering the Washington Redskins for five seasons and served as an online journalist since 1996.
Chuck formerly co-hosted 4th & Pain with Redskins defensive end Adam Carriker where he was billed “The Weight Loss Champion.”Senior Digital Editor CBSDC.com
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At just 5 feet 6 inches tall, he weighed 420 pounds before making the decision to radically change his life.
Chuck, a native of Norfolk, Va., underwent gastric bypass surgery on Sept. 1, 2009 and never looked back.
Although critical, the surgery proved only to be the first step in his journey. Chuck shed 250 pounds without ever setting foot inside a gym.
He became a student of nutrition and health and is a living testimony that there is a difference between dieting and changing your diet.
In the years since the surgery, Chuck has changed virtually every aspect of his life and prides himself on maintaining a weight loss.
He is driven to pay forward what he has learned and share his experience with others.
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