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Duron Carter Calls Out Riders DB

Published: Tuesday, Sep 18th 2018, 6:09pm

by Alex Dormuth (@RealAlexD)

 

Former Saskatchewan Roughrider all-star receiver Duron Carter is looking forward to the challenge of facing off against his former team this Saturday evening as the Toronto Argonauts host the Riders in a must win game for both teams.

 

Speaking to Piffles Podcast, Carter said he’s excited about facing off against Rider cornerback Nick Marshall, the guy he replaced at defensive back earlier this season. “I can’t wait to welcome Nick Marshall into the league.”

 

When asked if there is any extra motivation to playing the Riders this week, Carter didn’t think so. “No, it’s just more fun. You get to play against players that you never thought you would play against. I can’t wait to go out there and show them what I can do. They know more than anybody what I can do, they’ve seen me more than anybody, so it will be a good matchup.”

 

Carter and the Argos face off against the Riders at BMO Field in Toronto on Saturday at 5pm.

 

Don’t miss out on our Tall Grass Apparel Engaging With the Enemy interview with Duron Carter on episode 93 of the Piffles Podcast. He talks about the day he was released from the Riders, growing up with a hall of fame receiver for a father and we dig in and learn more about the man himself.

You’ll also hear from Riders defensive tackle Mic’hael Brooks and we look at what is wrong with the Riders offense after their performance against the Ottawa REDBLACKS.

 

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