Derek Carr’s brother, David Carr, has addressed the ongoing situation with the Las Vegas Raiders quarterback following the team’s decision to sever ties with him.
David Carr, who was also a signal-caller in the NFL, spent 11 seasons in the league after being drafted as the No.1 overall pick by the Houston Texans in 2002. He won a Super Bowl ring with the New York Giants in 2011 but did not play a single snap of that season and would be ranked among FOX’s 10 worst No.1 overall picks in draft history that year.
Derek has had a much better career, having been to the Pro Bowl on three occasions. Yet that hasn’t stopped the Raiders from looking elsewhere.
David, though, has provided a bit of an update on what’s going on with the parties.
“Right now it’s a little touchy. There’s some things going on,” he said. They’re trying to work a trade.”
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“Derek has to accept the trade,” he added, noting that he was in a similar situation during his own career that did not work out. David also mentioned that the Raiders might be getting Tom Brady.
More importantly, the former QB has promised to get into the marrow in an upcoming podcast with his brother that Raiders fans should certainly be excited about as Derek’s set to give a behind-the-scenes, tell-all interview amid his search for a new home.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.