Michael Carter’s career day further proof of his place in Jets’ future

ran for 1,003 yards as a junior at UNC in 2019 and last year ran for 1,245 and 9 touchdowns, and the Jets took him in the fourth round of last year’s NFL draft, the 107th pick. Carter’s early hints were intriguing. Now it is clear he is going to be a fundamental part of the Jets’ building-block core going forward. "I’ll enjoy this," Carter said. (New York Post)

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Michael Carter’s career day further proof of his place in Jets’ future

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