Louis Carter

Louis Edward Carter (born February 6, 1953 in Laurel, Maryland) is a former running back in the National Football League. He played for the Oakland Raiders and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Louis is currently working in Maryland.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1976 Inaugural Season Roster
  • Tom Alward
  • Larry Ball
  • Joe Blahak
  • Cedric Brown
  • Louis Carter
  • Bert Cooper
  • Mark Cotney
  • Mike Current
  • Charlie Davis
  • Ricky Davis
  • Parnell Dickinson
  • Freddie Douglas
  • Jimmy DuBose
  • Howard Fest
  • Dave Green
  • Jimmy Gunn
  • Isaac Hagins
  • Terry Hanratty
  • Charlie Hunt
  • Larry Jameson
  • Essex Johnson
  • Curtis Jordan
  • Vince Kendrick
  • Larry Lawrence
  • Mike Lemon
  • Everett Little
  • Don Martin
  • Ed McAleney
  • Lee McGriff
  • John McKay
  • Rod McNeill
  • Bob Moore
  • Manfred Moore
  • Maulty Moore
  • Jack Novak
  • Frank Oliver
  • Morris Owens
  • Fred Pagac
  • Dave Pear
  • Cal Peterson
  • Jim Peterson
  • Reggie Pierson
  • Dave Reavis
  • Danny Reece
  • Steve Reese
  • Glenn Robinson
  • Mirro Roder
  • Council Rudolph
  • Dan Ryczek
  • Dewey Selmon
  • Lee Roy Selmon
  • Jim Sims
  • Barry Smith
  • Steve Spurrier
  • Ken Stone
  • Pat Toomay
  • John Ward
  • Mike Washington
  • Ed Williams
  • Steve Wilson
  • Richard Wood
  • Roscoe Word
  • Randy Young
  • Steve Young

  • Head Coach: John McKay

  • Assistant Coaches: Tom Bass
  • Willie Brown
  • Wayne Fontes
  • Jerry Frei
  • Dennis Fryzel
  • Abe Gibron
  • Phil Krueger
  • John Rauch
  • Harry Smith
  • Dick Voris
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Name Carter, Louis
Alternative names
Short description American football player
Date of birth February 6, 1953
Place of birth Laurel, Maryland
Date of death
Place of death


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