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VIDEO: The Colbert Report 1/29/2014

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Professional football hall-of-famer Cris Carter stops by The Colbert Report. watch

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Behind The Curtain: Priorities
'Take 'em off the field': Hall of Famer's impassioned plea
Cris Carter Unleashes Emotional Rant About The NFL's Child Abuse Scandal
Mike & Mike: Addressing Domestic Violence

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Credits

Year Title Description
2014 Sound FX...Best of: Cris Carter Episode, Remarks by
2012 ESPN First Take: Episode Episode, Appearing
1993 Monday Night Countdown TV Show Series, Analyst
1985 Sunday NFL Countdown TV Show Series, Analyst
1977 Inside the NFL TV Show Series, Host

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Sir Charles Sticks With TNT

Outspoken NBA analyst Charles Barkley has renewed his contract with TNT with a new "multi-year" contract. Barkley will continue to serve on the Inside the NBA panel for regular season, playoff and All-Star games. Barkley is currently in his eighth season with TNT.Over at ESPN, Cris Carter, an All-Pro wide receiver who played most of his NFL career with the Minnesota Vikings, has been hired as a studio analyst. Carter, an analyst for HBO's recently canceled Inside the NFL, will apparently replace Sean Salisbury, who is leaving ESPN. He tells the Los Angeles Times that he'd "grown tired of being punished for not being an NFL superstar. Analysts who don't work as hard as me, don't prepare as hard as me, and don't have my resume were making more than me just because of their ability to throw or catch a football… I appreciated the opportunity ESPN gave me, but they had capped my ceiling. There was only so far I could go there."In a coolly worded statement, the network said, "Sean Sa... read more

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