Carter, the former Ohio State collegiate star and Minnesota Vikings standout at wide receiver for 12 seasons, joins a list of 60 grid iron greats on the Steiner roster of Hall of Famers, including Jim Brown, Harry Carson, Joe Greene, Franco Harris, Dan Marino, Joe Montana and Lawrence Taylor. Carter was selected to the Pro Bowl in eight straight season, and also recorded eight consecutive 1,000-yard seasons as one of the elite wide receivers in the NFL from 1994-02. His 130 touchdowns and 1,101 receptions ranked second upon his retirement in 2002. Carter was selected to the 1990s All Decade Team.
“It is always our primary goal to bring special pieces of memorabilia signed by sports greatest players to fans and collectors,”
The Carter Hall of Fame line will include signed Ohio State and Minnesota Vikings helmets and mini-helmets, signed footballs and one-of-a-kind photographs that have never before been on the collectibles market. Carter will inscribe “HOF ‘13” on some of the items, as well as career defining statistics.
Following his stellar career, Carter has been a highly-visible television analyst on a variety of NFL programs including HBO’s Inside the NFL, and ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown and Monday Night Countdown.