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Swan song?

Swan song?

When Amani Toomer went down earlier this season, the Giants turned to a man who had only played in 37 games the previous four years. They tried to replace arguably the greatest Giants receiver of all-time with a man whose career stats coming into this season – 50 catches, 714 yards and one touchdown – sounded pretty good … for a guy who had played one or two years in the league.

However, with Tim Carter, there have always been extenuating circumstances. Through his first four years in the NFL, he has been battered and beleaguered by injuries. And they've always seemed to come at precisely the worst times. You see, it seems that whenever he would show the flashes of promise that led New York to pick him in the second round of the 2002 NFL Draft, the Auburn product would...

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