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Former Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Duron Carter, the son of Hall of Famer Cris Carter, knocked over an opposing coach while celebrating a touchdown in a CFL game.

By SI Wire
June 30, 2016

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Former Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Duron Carter, the son of Hall of Famer Cris Carter, knocked over an opposing coach while celebrating a touchdown in a CFL game. 

The Montreal Alouettes starter grabbed a tough catch in between two Ottawa Redblacks defenders, taking a hard hit on the play.

The 25-year-old immediately jumped up, running to the Ottawa sideline to celebrate the score. On his way to the to the sideline, he bumped into Redblacks coach Rick Campbell, knocking him to the floor. 

Carter earned a flag for the move, which started a brawl between the teams, and was eventually ejected from the game. 

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