ANDRE CARTER RUMORS & GOSSIP
After trimming down their active roster to 75 players on Tuesday, the Oakland Raiders continued their cutting process in order to release their initial list of 53 athletes that will represent the Silver & Black in the 2013 regular season. Among notable cuts, Oakland has parted ways with veterans defensive end Andre Carter and cornerback Joselio Hanson (removing him from […]
Though the Oakland Raiders were long ago eliminated from playoff contention, Andre Carter is relishing the final few weeks of the season as if it were a championship run.
Just over a year after sustaining a quadriceps injury that could have ended his career, the 33-year-old defensive end thinks he's almost all the way back to the form that earned him his first Pro Bowl selection...
Via AP on Fox
December 21, 2012
The Oakland Raiders have bolstered their struggling pass rush by signing defensive end Andre Carter.
The Raiders released offensive lineman Joe Barksdale on Wednesday to make room for Carter on the roster.
Carter is entering his 12th season in the NFL. In 163 career games with San Francisco, Washington and New England, Carter has 76 sacks. That's the eighth most among active...
According to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com, the Oakland Raiders are bringing in free agent defensive end Andre Carter for a work out.
For the second time since Aug. 21, the Raiders are hosting defensive end Andre Carter for a workout, per source
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 18, 2012
Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports says the Patriots are still monitoring Carter’s situation as...
After practice today, the Oakland Raiders brought-in former Patriots defensive end Andre Carter for a workout. Currently a free agent, Carter is coming off a season-ending quadriceps injury. The Raiders are presumably looking to bolster depth on their defensive line after two so-so performances by the second and third-team defensive ends. Last season, Andre Carter [...]
According to Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald, free agent defensive end Andre Carter is looking for a three to four-year deal from the New England Patriots, that would pay him comparable to what a pro bowl player would make.
The Patriots on the other hand would love to give Carter another one-year deal, since they’re concerned about his durability and they’ve already added enough...
Andre Carter Highlights 2011 [HD] (by footballman175)
What a great reminder of how much of an impact Andre Carter had last year, and when you think about it, if not for injuries to him and Gronk the Super Bowl might’ve turned out a little different. Oh well. Like all Patriots fans we have our fingers crossed that he’s back with the Pats.
Andre Carter was a one year signing for the Patriots last offseason and he worked out very well, managing 10 sacks, despite tearing his quad in December and landing on IR. That torn quad injury, as well as his age, 33, has left Carter still on the open market without a suitor. Even though he is still not 100%, Carter has been working out for the Patriots and with team doctors as...
Earlier this week, Patriots DE Andre Carter was placed on Injured Reserve with a leg injury suffered in the win in Denver. And yesterday, Carter had surgery to fix it.
How do we know?
He tweeted it. In fact, @Mr_Carter93 was a tweeting monster while he was preparing to and recovering from leg surgery. It was cool to see, and Carter was in a good mood.
For instance… He tweeted on...
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Patriots move Andre Carter to IR
Thanks for 13 plus great games and a lot of big sacks that we’ve been waiting far too long for. Might take a lot of factors to get him back on the Patriots next year but I’m sure every Patriot fan will be rooting for him to come back.