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December 1, 2014 at 4:40 PM

Report: Seahawks interested in CFL WR Duron Carter, Cris Carter’s son

Interesting, if unsurprising, news that the Seahawks are among the NFL teams that have shown interest in receiver Duron Carter, a former Ohio State player who is coming off a big season with Montreal in the CFL.

Carter’s 6-5 205 size is obviously intriguing, as is catching 75 passes this season (stats here).

Duron Carter is the son of NFL Hall of Famer Cris Carter, who famously criticized Seattle receivers prior to the Super Bowl resulting in a memorable response from Doug Baldwin.

As the story notes, Carter cannot sign with a team until February. So this is something to watch down the road, and not for this season.

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