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Anthony Carter to introduce Vikings' second and third round draft picks

33 NFL alumni will be introducing picks during the NFL Draft, and Anthony Carter will be announcing the Vikings' second and third selections. Carter played nine seasons as a wide receiver in Minnesota, catching 478 passes for 7,636 yards and 52 touchdowns.
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33 NFL alumni will be introducing picks during the NFL Draft, and Anthony Carter will be announcing the Vikings' second and third selections. Carter played nine seasons as a wide receiver in Minnesota, catching 478 passes for 7,636 yards and 52 touchdowns.

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