If Duron Carter ever wants to make it back to the NFL, he's going to have to remember one important thing: The league generally frowns upon people who celebrate touchdowns by starting brawls and bulldozing the other team's coach.
As crazy as that might sound, that's exactly what Carter did after catching a 10-yard touchdown pass in a CFL game on Thursday night. On the play, the former Colts wide receiver got drilled by Ottawa defensive back Jermaine Robinson, but still came down with the catch.
After he scored, Carter immediately proceeded to run over to Ottawa's sideline, where he plowed over head coach Rich Campbell, which then started a brawl.
You can see the entire play below:
If that had happened in the NFL, Carter would've been flagged 14 times, fined $700,000 and ejected for life. That's not quite what happened in Canada, though.
After Carter's touchdown, there was a flag, it just wasn't on Carter: Robinson was called for pass interference.
Although Carter did get ejected from the game, he wasn't the only one to get ejected. Ottawa's Jerrell Gavins (No. 24) was also ejected after he threw a punch at Carter during the melee (you can see the punch at the about the 18-second mark in the video).
The wild celebration didn't do much to spark Carter's team as Montreal still lost 28-13.
The son of Cris Carter, Duron finished the game with four catches for 63 yards.