The Oakland Raiders and quarterback Derek Carr will have to come to terms on an extension before training camp. That’s the stance of the Pro Bowler. Should it not happen, the former second-round pick will either enter free agency next March or find himself franchise tagged.
It was just a couple short months ago that the Raiders and Carr seemed headed in the direction of a new contract. General manager Reggie McKenzie indicated that re-signing Carr as well as reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year Khalil Mack was the team’s top off-season priority (more on that here).
This has since given way to one report indicating that Carr himself is frustrated with the pace of extension negotiations.
There have been no …
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