Carter has not appeared on "First Things First" since October 30 - former National Football League player Chris Canty replaced him - and on Sunday, The Big Lead reported that Fox Sports had suspended him. "There is no further comment at this time", the network said in a statement Thursday.
The Big Lead reports that Carter "cleaned out his desk at Fox Sports under supervision of security", adding detail to sports media reporter John Ourand's reporting from earlier Thursday that included only a short statement from Fox confirming Carter's departure.
The Hall of Fame wide receiver joined FOX in late 2016 alongside Nick Wright on the popular show 'First Things First'.
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A few days ago, Front Office Sports reported that Carter was taking a leave of absence, but it wasn't known what would have come from that.
Carter worked on the shouty talking heads FS1 show "First Things First", and had been suspended from that show pending an investigation, per TBL.
"I was told it was bad", said one source.
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Carter, who is based in NY, was reportedly upset that he wasn't part of the network's Thursday night National Football League coverage, which airs from Manhattan.
It's unclear what this means for FOX's First Things First moving forward.
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Carter's Fox Sports bio has already been removed.