• Bucs could be interested in David Carr

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Mar 2, 2013
    According to Mike Garafolo of USA Today, the Buccaneers were interested in Carr a year ago, and “should be again.” And Carr would "at least be in the conversation" for a job down there, a source said, with Bucs starter Josh Freeman coming off two shaky seasons in a row. The Bucs might want someone to push Josh Freeman, but not to the extent they have to pay that person a load of money, and Carr could satisfy that requirement. Carr, who signed a five-year, $50.1 million deal last year, had his 2013 base salary reduced from $14.3 million to $715,000, according to Spotrac.com. Hopefully, in the future and with coaches right now that they brought in, they can utilize all of us on the field and get the best 11 out there and allow us to play to our strengths.”
    • Brandon Carr notices enthusiasm and energy during first visit with Monte Kiffin

      Brandon Carr has found time to take a few vacations since his football season came to an end on Dec. 30. The Dallas Cowboys cornerback went to Disneyland with his daughter the first week of the playoffs because he couldn’t stand to watch the games on TV
    • Giants Backup QB David Carr Expected To Test FA Market

      Giants backup quarterback David Carr, the former No. 1 overall pick, is expected to test the free-agent market later this month, Jenny Vrentas of the Newark Star-Ledger reports. This according to a person with knowledge of Carr’s thinking. That person r
      Source: giantsgab.com
    • Giants backup QB Carr likely to motor out of town

      Backing up a quarterback who has made 146 consecutive starts can be a thankless job. That's why Eli Manning's backup, David Carr, is likely to play someplace else next season.
  • Brandon Carr: I restructured my contract with the Dallas Cowboys because I’m a team player

    The Dallas Cowboys announced Thursday that cornerback Brandon Carr was one of five players to restructure his contract in order to help the franchise get under the NFL’s $123 million salary cap. Carr, who signed a five-year, $50.1 million deal last year

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