The quarterback of the Raiders of Las Vegas Derek Carr could be stressed by the arrival of Marcus Mariota in his training. However, he welcomes it rather with open arms.
A few weeks ago, the former pivot of the Titans of Tennessee, has been hired to assist with Carr and give him a good competition at the next training camp.
“We have already spoken, said Carr, during his visit to the podcast, “Bussin’ Whit The Boys” on Thursday evening. It is definitely a cool guy, nice, and professional. I have nothing to say negative about him. It is super.”
Carr also has stated that he absolutely wanted that the quarter-back get along well.
“The most important thing is to be united, he said. I’ve always thought of it that way. When you have quarters united, we can all have leadership. Our depth and knowledge in attack we will help correct some guys, to do things like that. I think it is a good thing for our training.”
In 2020, Carr will be in his seventh season in the NFL, he who had been the choice of the second round (34th overall) of the Raiders in 2014. The California native has only experienced a single campaign winner, is in 2016. In the past year, he has completed 70.4% of his passes for 4054 yards and 21 touchdowns. It has also been the victim of eight interceptions.