File this one away for Sunday.
Asked Wednesday for a Broncos player who could author a key play in Super Bowl XLVIII, Denver wide receivers coach Tyke Tolbert offered up the name of reserve cornerback Tony Carter.
“He, in the back of my mind, is the guy that no one is talking about who could be the guy that could step up and make a play,” Tolbert said, according to a transcript...
The Denver Broncos are saying that cornerback Tony Carter did not suffer a concussion in Sunday’s AFC Championship game against the New England Patriots.
Broncos head coach John Fox said in a press conference on Monday that Carter had a pinched nerve but was otherwise “fine.”
John Fox in press conference: Tony Carter is fine, says it was a pinched nerve. No concussion. #broncos...
Tony Carter, a 5-foot-9, 175-pound cornerback, was engulfed by the media in the Broncos' locker room this week. He seemed a little shocked, but he handled the attention usually reserved for a star player as best he could.
How he plays against quarterback Tom Brady and the New England Patriots' passing attack in the AFC championship game Sunday is a bigger, more important...
Denver Broncos cornerback Tony Carter has signed his exclusive-rights free agent tender that will pay him $715,000 in 2013.
Carter played in a career-high 15 games last season and tied for the team lead with a dozen pass breakups. He also scored touchdowns on a fumble return and on an interception return.
Carter signed with the Broncos as a college free agent in 2009. After playing...
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April 15, 2013
Denver Broncos cornerback Tony Carter got himself a pick-six off Cam Newton today. To add insult to injury, he gave the fans in Carolina his own Superman routine after scoring the touchdown:
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Broncos CB Tony Carter Sorry For Insensitive Tweet About The Colorado Movie Theater Shooting -Usually the worst way for a seldom-used backup cornerback to introduce himself to his team’s fan base would be to fumble on special teams or get burned in dime package coverage. But not for Denver Broncos’ Tony Carter. The fourth-year pro decided Monday night that it would be a good...
Tony Carter, a fourth year backup corner out of Florida State was apparently headed to a movie late last night, and took to his twitter account to announce it to the world. If only that was all that happened. Carter decided to make a joke in extremely poor taste referencing the July 20 shooting inside [...]
They say the shortest path to the unemployment line is poor play. In Tony Carter’s case, however, it may be his warped sense of “humor.”
On Monday night, the Broncos cornerback was at a local movie theater and tweeted a reference to the July shooting in Aurora, Colo. that left 12 dead and 58 injured.
“At a late night movie in Denver yall pray for me!” Carter tweeted, via...
BAD IDEA TWEETS
Tony Carter was about to catch a movie on Monday night when he thought it would be funny to tweet a joke about the movie theater shootings in nearby Aurora.
The Denver Broncos promoted cornerback Tony Carter from the practice squad to the active roster.
Carter is a former Florida State player.
Cornerback Andre' Goodman is a question mark for Sunday's game against the New England Patriots due to a concussion.