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Jermaine Carter Jr.

Jermaine Carter Jr.

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Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 1"/225 lbs
Born: Rockville, Maryland
College: Maryland
Draft: 2018 5th round (24th pick) by the
  • Arrowhead Pride

    What we learned about the Chiefs this week

    The week began with cornerback Deandre Baker officially signing his exclusive rights free agent tender. Since Baker was a player with fewer than three accrued seasons when his contract expired at the end of the 2021 league year, Kansas City was able to retain its rights to him by offering him a minimum-salary contract before 2022’s league year began. Because the team has all the leverage in ERFA transactions, players almost always sign these tenders; it’s essentially a formality.

  • Sports Illustrated Kansas City Chiefs News, Analysis and More

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    A little more than a year ago, the Kansas City Chiefs added two pass-catchers in the fifth round of the 2021 NFL Draft. The Chiefs and general manager Brett Veach traded up to the 162nd spot in the fifth round to select Duke tight end Noah Gray, then the team used their second pick of the fifth round to take Clemson wide receiver Cornell Powell with the 181st overall pick. The Chiefs weren’t in desperate need at either tight end or wide receiver when Gray and Powell were selected.

  • ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports

    Chandler Jones focused on big challenge of facing Justin Herbert in Week One

    Raiders defensive end Chandler Jones knows he’s taking on a tough quarterback to start the season. Asked by Joy Taylor who the biggest obstacle is to the Raiders among Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson, Jones said the only one he’s focused on now is Herbert, because the [more]