Derek Carr will be in demand

Derek Carr will be in demand

Quarterback Derek Carr will be spoiled for choice when the Las Vegas Raiders fire him.

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According to NFL Network, the New Orleans Saints, Tennessee Titans, New York Jets and Carolina Panthers are interested in the 31-year-old center.

Carr is expected to be released by the Raiders at 4 p.m. Tuesday to avoid handing him a $40 million check. The Las Vegas club’s original plan was to trade the athlete, but the latter refused to waive the no-trade clause he has in his contract.

Once free as the air, Carr has the right to get along with any NFL team. So he doesn’t have to wait until March 15th when the free agent market opens on the circuit.

In the final moments of the 2022 season, the Raiders announced that he wanted to continue and that Carr was no longer part of their plans. The California native was drafted by this organization in the second round of the 2014 auction.

Last year he completed 60.8% of the passes he attempted for 3,522 yards and 24 touchdowns. Carr also had 14 interceptions in 15 games.