Duron Carter provided a little insight into the two marijuana charges he is facing.
“I have my own lawyers that [are] handling it. We’re also working with the teams’ lawyers and immigration and getting it set. For me, it’s smooth sailing,” Carter told reporters on Tuesday.
“I guess you should be worried about being in any type of legal trouble.”
The Saskatchewan Roughriders star joked about the fact the last time he was in Saskatoon he was in court, instead of on a football field.
Carter was charged on Feb. 1 after security officers at the Saskatoon airport found marijuana in his bag following a search. He was also found with marijuana at the Winnipeg airport last November – possibly pot cookies.
The 27-year-old Carter believes the two charges actually helped sales of his jersey while the league and commissioner Randy Ambrosie aren’t expected to discipline Carter.