Cris Carter: Hall of Fame voters don't appreciate wide receivers

After another failed shot at getting into Canton, ex-Vikings wide receiver Cris Carter says he thinks voters oppose his position more than they oppose him.
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After another failed shot at getting into Canton, ex-Vikings wide receiver Cris Carter says he thinks voters oppose his position more than they oppose him.

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