Duron Carter
Wide ReceiverWR
 Free Agent
Released from team Friday
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November 8, 2019
The Lions announced via Twitter on Friday that they are releasing Carter from the organization.
ANALYSIS
The Lions have opted to move on from Carter following just one year with the team. Carter entered the league back in 2013 in which he posted no less than 900 yards and five touchdowns in his first four seasons. He had an injury-plagued 2018 campaign in which he bounced around from Saskatchewan to Toronto and was unable to produce the same dominating stats from years past. In a fresh start with the Lions in 2019, Carter was able to stay healthy as he played in all 18 games during the regular season. While he did well with 67 catches on the year, he only put up 614 receiving yards and three touchdowns which were both career lows when playing in a full season. His lack of contributions on offense may have been due to an injury to quarterback Mike Reilly (wrist) and also just a plain lack of chemistry on the offense. At 28 years old, Carter still has plenty left in the tank and should hopefully fit in nicely somewhere else for the 2020 season.
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Perfect in win
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Carter caught all seven of his targets for 90 yards in Saturday's 55-8 win over Toronto.
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Perfect in win
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Carter caught all seven of his targets for 53 yards in Saturday's 25-23 win over Montreal.
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Does it all in win
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September 22, 2019
Carter caught his only target for a 14-yard touchdown, completed his only target for a 67-yard touchdown, and added two rushing yards on his lone rushing attempt in Saturday's 40-7 win over Ottawa.
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