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Dick Rifenburg
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See also

Anthony Carter (American football)

Knowledge Identifier: +Anthony_Carter_(American_football)

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Anthony Carter (American football)

Former American football wide receiver add

Category: Football

Born in 1960.

Countries: United States (38%), Michigan (38%), California (13%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Jim Stanley, Dick Rifenburg, Big Ten Network

Linked to: University of Michigan, College Football All-America Team, College Football Hall of Fame, National Football League

 

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Anthony Carter was born in 1960 add something


1979

Anthony "Snake" Carter played for Michigan from 1979 to 1982 add something


1980

Dick Rifenburg - Rifenburg held the University of Michigan's single season and career record for touchdown receptions until his records were broken by Anthony Carter in 1980


1984

Carter's 1984 season was cut short after only six games when his arm was broken in a game against the San Antonio Gunslingers add something

 

Jim Stanley - His 1984 squad looked like a favorite to repeat, going 6–0 to start the season, but star wide receiver Anthony Carter was lost for the season


1985

After the 1985 USFL season, Carter signed with the NFL's Miami Dolphins, who drafted Carter back in 1983 in order to secure his NFL rights add something

 

Before the 1985 season the Panthers merged with the Oakland Invaders add something


1987

He led the Vikings in receptions five of his first six seasons with the team, and was selected to the Pro Bowl in 1987 and 1988 add something

 

In the 1987 season, Carter helped his team reach the NFC championship game by recording 10 receptions for a NFL playoff record 227 yards, along with 1 carry for 30 yards in the Vikings 36-24 upset win over the 13-2 San Francisco 49ers in the divisional playoff round add something

 

The 642 all purpose yards he gained in the 1987 playoffs remain a single postseason record add something


1991

Although Cris Carter became the team's number one receiver in 1991, Anthony Carter remained an effective offensive weapon through 1993, his final season with the team add something


1994

He played in only four games in 1994, and failed to catch a pass in 1995 add something


2001

In 2001 Carter was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame add something


2014

On December 12, 2014 the Big Ten Network included Carter on "The Mount Rushmore of Michigan Football", as chosen by online fan voting add something