Denver Broncos safety Quinton Carter may be in some serious trouble. As someone who personally frequents Las Vegas, I know that these people take their gambling serious. One thing you can't do is cheat - or even attempt to.
Carter is being accused of major felony charges following his arrest at the Palace Station Casino and Hotel.
According to CBS Sports on March 14, Carter was arrested Saturday when officials at the Palace Station alleged he added money to his wagers after the dice had been rolled. He was accused of three counts of a fraudulent act in a gaming establishment, with each charge carrying a possible six-year prison sentence.
If these charges due turn out to be true, Carter is one person who really should have known better then to try to cheat in a casino.
Carter grew up in Nevada, playing his prep football at Cheyenne High School in North Las Vegas. Of all people he should know what happens when you try and cheat in a casino.
Carter still has two years remaining on his four-year deal that is worth an estimated $2.4 million.