An incredible touchdown catch during a Canadian Football League game on Thursday night nearly turned into a brawl between Montreal Allouettes' wide receiver Duron Carter and the entire Ottawa Redblacks team.
After scoring a touchdown and taking a wicked shot to the noggin, Carter, son of Pro Football Hall of Fame player Cris Carter, proceeded to run over to the wrong sideline and knock over head coach Rick Campbell.
Redblacks players were quick to go after Carter. No clear punches were thrown, but multiple penalties were handed out. Carter, in the CFL after a stint with the Colts in 2015, was ejected.
Carter enrolled at three different schools during his college career. He played as a freshman at Ohio State but was kicked off the team because he was academically ineligible. He then he went to Coffeyville Community College in Kansas and transferred to Alabama, where academics caused him to transfer again. He applied to Florida Atlantic in 2012, but his petition to immediately play was turned down.
In Carter's defense, Campbell fell down quite easily following the bump. Carter apologized to Campbell after the game.
Hopefully, the next time we hear from Carter it's for only an incredible touchdown catch and not his antics after it.