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ANDRE CARTER RUMORS & GOSSIP

Report: Free Agent DE Andre Carter Visited Seahawks

  Adam Caplan reports that free agent DE Andre Carter visited with the Seahawks this week. Carter, soon to be 35, hasn’t found any interest as a free agent. In fact, this is the first reported visit for him that we’ve come across this offseason. Last year, Carter signed on with the Raiders after solid season in New England, but couldn’t crack the team’s final 53-man roster...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
May 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Why the New England Patriots need another defensive end

The New England Patriots enter the 2014 season with two strong defensive ends and very little depth behind them. Without a legitimate backup defensive end in 2013 after releasing Jermaine Cunningham and “red-shirting” 2012 third round draft pick Jake Bequette, the Patriots were forced to sign veteran defensive end Andre Carter. Carter hardly made the impression hoped for in...
Via cover32 - Patriots
March 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Andre Carter: Playing for Patriots ‘gives you a different prespective’

New England Patriots defensive end Andre Carter shared some insights on the team during a Q&A with ESPN.com’s John Keim. “Being with New England gives you a different perspective, especially this year,” he said, via Mike Reiss. “We had a lot of major injuries and a lot of key guys out. We could have turned it in early. But Bill [Belichick] kept us humble and hungry. He...
Via Sports-Glory
February 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Andre Carter: Wes Welker’s Hit On Aqib Talib ‘Unacceptable,’ ‘Nasty’

FOXBORO, Mass. — While the rest of the New England Patriots toed the company line and said they had not rewatched Wes Welker‘s game-changing hit on Aqib Talib, veteran defensive end Andre Carter spoke out. The Denver Broncos receiver leveled Talib with 13:36 remaining in the second quarter of the Patriots’ 26-16 AFC Championship loss. Welker was running a pick play on a...
Via NESN.com
January 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Pats face finale with playoff seeding at stake

The New England Patriots have plenty at stake in their season finale against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. The Patriots (11-4) have clinched their fifth straight AFC East title, but they can secure a first-round bye in the playoffs with one more win. And if they win and the Denver Broncos lose, the Patriots would clinch the No. 1 spot and home-field advantage throughout the AFC playoffs...
Via AP on Fox
December 24, 2013  |  Discuss
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