Derek Carr Says He ‘Cannot Wait’ To Play 1 NFL Team

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Written By Maya Cantina

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For years, Derek Carr was the face of the Las Vegas Raiders.

He reportedly dreamed of playing for the organization for his entire career, but that wasn’t the case.

That’s why it’s not much of a surprise to see that he’s got their upcoming matchup marked on his calendar.

Recently, Carr admitted that he’s looking forward to squaring up against his former team, and especially against elite defensive end Maxx Crosby, one of his closest friends (Via Around the NFL):

“I am looking forward to it. I cannot wait,” Carr said.

The Raiders found mixed results with Carr at the helm, as the franchise alternated good seasons with bad ones.

Even so, he had a memorable stint with the organization, and he left as their all-time leader in both passing yards (35,222) and passing touchdowns (217).

He didn’t have a particularly great first season with the New Orleans Saints, but there’s still hope that he can prove the doubters wrong and find success in the Big Easy.

Needless to say, facing the Raiders now might not be as emotional as it could’ve been last season, as Antonio Pierce took the reins from Josh McDaniels, who was pretty much who wanted to move on from him.

Still, he’s definitely going to be quite inspired to showcase to his former employers what they’re missing out on.

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