Todd Carter

#14K,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 190
Born:
College: Grand Valley State
Birth Place: Flint, Michigan
Draft: Undrafted
  • Let’s get to know Chiefs GM candidate Scott Fitterer
    Arrowhead Pride

    Let’s get to know Chiefs GM candidate Scott Fitterer

    It appears the Kansas City Chiefs are moving forward in the process of interviewing candidates for the vacant role of GM after the firing of John Dorsey. NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported Tuesday evening that the Chiefs were “slated to interview Seahawks co-director of player personnel Scott Fitterer today [Tuesday] or early tomorrow [Wednesday].” As Rapoport said in his tweet, Fitterer is currently the Seattle Seahawks’ co-director of player personnel. In that role, Fitterer is essentially one step under the general manager. One of his major responsibilities is overseeing the team’s scouting departments at both the college and professional level, but Fitterer said in an April 2016 interview

  • Demaryius Thomas on QB competition: 'I’m fine with either one'
    Broncos Wire

    Demaryius Thomas on QB competition: 'I’m fine with either one'

    Paxton Lynch or Trevor Siemian? It’s the debate that continues to rage on and on, and will likely continue through the 2017 season as well. Denver Broncos fans all seem to have their favorite quarterback for the next era, with Vance Joseph leading the team, but not No. 1 receiver Demaryius Thomas. DT isn’t choosing sides, at least not publicly. “Those guys are ready to work,” Thomas said of Siemian and Lynch after a practice session earlier this offseason. “I’ve been talking to both of them. I’m fine with playing with either one, whoever becomes the top guy. I’m just excited for both of them for the opportunity.” Siemian stole the starting job last year, holding onto it throughout the season

  • Virgen's View: Leigh Steinberg inducted into California Sports Hall of Fame
    Los Angeles Times

    Virgen's View: Leigh Steinberg inducted into California Sports Hall of Fame

    This was a moment to be remembered, an honor to be cherished. So Leigh Steinberg had his two sons, John and Matt, and daughter, Katie, along with 30 friends witness his induction into the California Sports Hall of Fame. It was a special time for Steinberg, who continues to work in his office in Newport Beach, representing athletes. Much has been made of his comeback story, his battle with alcoholism and him now reaching six years of sobriety. He’s starting to rebuild his lineup of NFL athletes. It’s not what it once was, but it’s noteworthy that he has quarterbacks Paxton Lynch (Denver Broncos) and Patrick Mahomes (Kansas City Chiefs). Steinberg, 68, has never hesitated to talk about his bout