The second of the seven enshrinees of the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2013It’s safe to say that Pro Football Hall of Fame wide receiver Cris Carter did more than “just catch touchdowns”…a whole lot more.The 16-year veteran ranks fourth in NFL history with 1,101 receptions, trailing only fellow Hall of Famer Jerry Rice (1,549), as well as tight end Tony Gonzalez (1,242) and wide receiver Marvin Harrison (1,101). Carter totaled 13,899 receiving yards, currently ranked ninth in league annals.As for the touchdowns, there were indeed plenty of them. Carter hauled in 130 scoring passes, trailing only Rice (197), one-time teammate Randy Moss (156) and Terrell Owens (153).Carter began his NFL in 1987 with the Philadelphia Eagles, who made him a fourth-round draft choice in the supplemental draft that year. Carter’s first NFL reception was (you guessed it) a 22-yard touchdown reception vs. the then-St. Louis Cardinals.