(born October 25, 1982 in ) is an
American football safety
for the Florida Tuskers
of the United Football League
. He was
drafted by the St. Louis Rams
fourth round of the 2005 NFL Draft
He played college football
Carter has also been a member of the Dallas Cowboys
attended Columbia High
School in Lake City,
Florida, where he first team All-State selection, and as a
senior, was named the top player in the state by The Gainesville Sun, and the Class
5A Player of the Year by the Florida Association of
played college football at Florida State
University where he finished his career with 257 tackles, 2.5
sacks and three interceptions.
Carter was elected defensive
team captain as a senior and was voted honorable mention
All-Atlantic Coast Conference as a junior. He majored in social
St. Louis Rams
Carter was selected by the St. Louis
in the fourth round (117th overall) in the 2005 NFL Draft
. In his rookie season he
played in 14 games and finished the campaign with 38 tackles
including a career-high 12 tackles at the Houston Texans
on November 27.
In 2006, Carter made 18 tackles and recorded two interceptions. The
first of his career came against the Detroit Lions
on October 1.
Carter's 2007 season was cut short and only played in five games
due to a foot injury. He finished the season with two
On March 11, 2008, Carter re-signed for the Rams as an unrestricted
free agent. However, he was released by the Rams during final cuts
on August 29, 2008 and spent the season out of football.
On January 12, 2009, Carter was signed to a future contract by the
. He was waived on
August 5, 2009.