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Andre Carter may have gotten a relatively late start on playing football as a kid, but he's been able to turn in a long NFL career that's spanned more than a decade. Now, in his latest stop as a Patriot, the defensive end is starting to produce in a big way. In the last two Patriots' games, Carter has turned in a total of four sacks and a handful of tackles. Carter says that he's starting to feel more comfortable on the Bruins' defensive line, and because of that, the numbers are starting to show. See the video above to...
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