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Derek Carr Appears To Confirm Reports About Next NFL Home

Derek Carr, a former Raiders quarterback, appeared Monday to confirm reports that he is headed to his next NFL stadium. He also tweeted an old saying about the Saints football team.

The 31-year-old star QB took to Twitter He tweeted to his followers of hundreds of thousands a short message. It read: “Who dat [saints emoji].” Fans of New Orleans often use this saying.

This post went viral, with an impressive 6.3 Million views.

After reports that he is heading to Saints, the ex-star of Las Vegas and currently free-agent QB position comes with him having signed a four year contract. USA Today reported.

Carr’s deal, which is worth up to $150m and comes with $100 million of guarantees, has not been announced by the Saints. ProFootball Talk noted.

The former Raiders player met three teams in the offseason: the Saints Carolina Panthers, New York Jets, and the New York Jets.

Carr’s relationship with the Raiders ended in December when he was removed by Josh McDaniels to serve the rest of the 2022 NFL Season. At that time, the Raiders were at 6-9. They still existed in the playoff hunt. reported. McDaniels stated that Jarrett Stidham would be the starter instead Guardian noted.

In an off-season deal, the Raiders purchased Stidham from New England Patriots. McDaniels used to be the Patriots offensive coordinator. Stidham started against the San Francisco 49ers as well as the Kansas City Chiefs. Both games were lost and they missed the playoffs.

The January issue of QB wrote a message On Instagram, he said goodbye to the Las Vegas team after nine seasons and expressed his regret. “every single day” It didn’t matter if it was in-season. Former Vegas QB, he said that all that he had ever wanted was to be a Raider. “fire” He has a burning desire to win the championship, no matter what location.

Carr, who had been the Raiders’ starting quarterback since 2014, had missed only three of nine games due to injury. Carr received a $31.5 million extension to his contract last offseason. ESPN noted.

Related: ‘Faith Was Number One’: Raiders QB Says He Wasn’t Allowed To Skip Church For Games


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