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Carter, Kevin

Born: 1973 AD
Died: 0000 AD
Nationality: American
Categories: Football Player

1973 – He was born on the 9th day of September at Miami Florida.


1995 – He became the rookie defensive player of this year. He Finished second on team with six sacks, winning the 1995 Carroll Rosenbloom Memorial Award as team’s rookie of the year and received All-Rookie Team honors by Football News and College and Pro Football Newsweekly. His six sacks ranked second in NFL among rookies, trailing only Hugh Douglas (Jets), who had 10.


1996 – He led Rams in quarterback sacks with 9.5, was second on squad with 20 quarterback pressures, forced a team-high four fumbles and recorded three multi-sack games.


1997 – He was second on Rams in quarterback sacks with 7.5, blocked two field goals and led team in quarterback pressures with 43


1998 – He led Rams with a career-high 12 sacks, the most by a Ram since LB Kevin Greene’s 13 in 1990.He earned the 1998 Daniel F. Reeves Memorial Award as the Rams’ Most Valuable Player as voted on by coaches and players. He was the first defensive player to win the award.


1999 – He earned his first Pro Bowl invitation and he was first Rams DE selected to the Pro Bowl since Jack Youngblood in 1979.


2000 – He played in 16 games for St. Louis, starting 13 at defensive end and collecting 42 tackles, 10.5 sacks, 1 fumble recovery, 1 forced fumble, and one pass defense. He recorded his third consecutive double-digit sack season, placing second on squad and ninth in NFL.


2001 – In his first year with Titans, he started in each of team’s 16 games at left defensive end and ranked first on squad with 34 quarterback pressures and 13 stops behind line of scrimmage.


2002 – He tied for fourth in AFC with 10 sacks. He set a career high with 71 total tackles and led the team with 33 quarterback pressures. He helped team rank first in NFL against the run. He finished second on club with 5.5 sacks while playing the most snaps of team’s defensive linemen.


2004 – He posted 82 tackles, six sacks, a fumble recovery, a forced fumble and two passes defense. He tackle total marked a career-high and was the most of any Titans lineman in this year.


2005 – He started all 16 games at left defensive end, the fifth straight year in which he opened all 16 regular season contests.