Q: What do you normally bring with you on the plane?
Carter: I have to have whatever food we get that week. The rookie, X (Oshane Ximines), he'll go get some Popeye's. They have to bring the Popeye's. Also my AirPods. Other than that, I'm good. That's all I need.
Q: What do you like to do on the plane?
Carter: Sleep. I usually pick a movie to look at until I go to sleep. I'm usually asleep shortly after takeoff.
Q: Who do you usually sit next to on the flight?
Carter: MG. I sit next to Markus Golden.
Q: What's your typical routine once you get to the team hotel?
Carter: Just get to the room and get off my feet. I see if the guys are going to be around, catch a quick meal with the linebackers. But it's more just relaxing, try to kick your feet up.
Q: Do you have any funny travel stories from this year or last season?
Carter: I don't know when exactly, but I just remember the whole flying situation for some people gets sticky. Some people don't like flying. I remember one time, I don't know who it was, but they were over there going through it. We hit a little bit of turbulence, and I just looked over, eyes were closed shut, squeezing. I had to make sure they were okay.
Q: Are you looking forward to flying to Chicago?
Carter: Yeah. My sister actually works there. She's based out of Chicago. I look forward to going there. I asked her for a spot to eat. We'll probably go there and get some good food. Chicago has good food.
Q: What has been your favorite city to travel to since you've been on the Giants?
Carter: Atlanta. Does that count? When we play the Falcons, I get to go home. I love it. I love going home.
Q: What are you looking forward to in this game against the Bears?
Carter: Just playing fast and aggressive. We have some chances to go affect the quarterback, so we're going to have to go do that. Just help our guys get a win, I look forward to doing that.