If the offseason quotes weren’t enough already, the Raiders just delivered a definitive statement on the future of Derek Carr.
Carr and the Raiders have agreed to terms on a three-year contract extension worth $121.5 million, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport and Mike Garafolo reported Wednesday. Carr’s extension runs through the 2025 season and includes a no-trade clause, per Rapoport and Garafolo. The team later announced the extension.
“I’ve only wanted to be a Raider,” Carr said in a press conference. “And I told my agent, I said ‘I’m either going to be a Raider or I’m going to be playing golf, like I don’t want to be playing anywhere else.’ That’s how much this place means to me.”