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CBS Sports is reporting that the Indianapolis Colts haved agreed to terms with Canadian Football League wide receiver Duron Carter.

Duron is the son of NFL Hall Of Famer Chris Carter.
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Several NFL teams were interested in Carter, but it appears one of his deciding factors in picking Indy was the presence of quarterback Andrew Luck.

Carter, the son of Pro Football Hall of Famer Cris Carter, was one of the CFL's top receivers during the 2014 season. Playing for the Montreal Alouettes, Carter ranked third in the CFL in both receptions (75) and receiving yards (1,030).

The 23-year-old also caught seven touchdowns for Montreal, a number that ranked tied for second in the CFL last season.
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Kid's gotten more off of Dad's name than Lane Kiffin.
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I know Chris is a proud poppa great story great kid!

WTF are you talking about? He flunked out of 2 different schools because he wouldn't go to a single class. Cris had to come down to Tuscaloosa and chew him out once, and then he got kicked out of a JuCo in Florida for screaming at the HC during a game.

I'm sure his Dad is so proud lol
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*Former Bama star
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I don't believe Duron Carter really exists.
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Surprised the NFL dosn't look more towards the CFL for players
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I know Chris is a proud poppa great story great kid!
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More teams need to look to the CFL to fill needs.
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