Posted August 03, 2013 on
Cris Carter was a fiery competitor with perhaps the best hands in the game, both qualities that helped lead him to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
BEST OF MAXIM
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Perhaps, one of the best Minnesota Vikings to ever play the game has reached the pinnacle of his football career. At the age of 47, retired receiver Cris Carter was inducted into the Hall of Fame on Saturday after a wait of six years.
In Cris Carter’s passionate Hall of Fame speech he talked about an early time in his career with the Eagles when Buddy...
Cris Carter had too many highlights to count during an NFL career that got him into the Hall of Fame, but he never had a finer moment than his induction speech Saturday in Canton.
Carter, an eight-time Pro Bowl wide receiver from Ohio, greeted his hometown with a shout of "O-H!" and never was more emotional than when he was pledging his love and devotion to his alma mater...
Tonight we find out how much Cris Carter worked on his Pro Football Hall of Fame induction speech. In May, the Middletown native and Ohio State alum had no qualms about what he was going to say once he got up to the podium on the stage at Canton's Fawcett Stadium. Getting the words out, however, might be a little more difficult.
"For me, that's a very difficult thing...
TARGET ON HIS BACK
Hall of Famer Cris Carter weighed in on the Riley Cooper situation on Friday, noting that defensive backs may be more aggressive with Cooper this season.
The world learned former Minnesota Vikings superstar Cris Carter's real name, Graduel, following his enshrinement in the NFL Hall of Fame.
Cris Carter took a direct approach with Qadry Ismail’s criticisms of him. The Hall of Fame receiver admitted he was selfish and a diva, indicating that’s part of being an NFL receiver.
(Eds: One in a series of Pro Football Hall of Fame induction previews. With AP Photos.) By DAVE CAMPBELL AP Pro Football Writer Cris Carter's entry into the exclusive club in Canton will be commemorated with a bronze head-and-shoulders bust, like all of the Pro Football Hall of Fame members before him.
His hands might be a more appropriate body part to feature.
Over 16 seasons...
It was fitting that Cris Carter was the last member of the Class of 2013 Pro Football Hall of Famers to be inducted. His wait to get there was overdue, too.
Cris Carter, a former Ohio State wide receiver, will be inducted into the NFL Pro Hall of Fame in Canton on Saturday. Carter spoke about his NFL career, his troubled past and Ohio State. Get the full story inside.
During Warren Sapp’s interview with Michelle Tafoya during the Hall of Fame Game, Cris Carter decided to have a bit of fun. Carter wasted no time during this video bomb, starting as soon as the interview did. The players who were inducted into the Hall of Fame seem to be having a great time this weekend, as they should, and the sideline interviews with the Hall of Famers never...
Sunday night ushered in the beginning of the preseason with the Hall of Fame Game. The contest between the Dallas Cowboys and Miami Dolphins was about what you would expect--eh. But it was the first game for fans since February so I don't know about y'all, but I was darn glad to watch it.
The great thing about the Hall of Fame Game is that what it lacks on the field it...
It's the NFL preseason, which means many goofy things are going to happen during football telecasts. We'll be here to chronicle them all with Tales from the NFL Preseason. First is this ESPN on NFL Network videobomb crime. New Hall of Famer Cris Carter gives us a supreme videobomb during fellow inductee Warren Sapp's sideline interview. Of course, this is actually...
Cris Carter decided to drop a series of videobombs (photobombs) on big man Warren Sapp at the 2013 NFL Hall of Fame Game.