Last month, Derek Carr said he was tired of being “disrespected.”
This week, he addressed the subject again on Mad Dog Radio.
Asked by host Adam Schein about the subject, Carr said his critics are people who don’t know what’s going on and he said he is “tired of the talk. I’m just ready to play.”
It’s clear Carr — entering his seventh season as the Raiders’ starting quarterback — has grown tired of endlessly hearing people say the Raiders should replace him. He is focused on playing well and if the disrespect motivates him and helps him improve, that will only benefit the Raiders. Sometimes having a mad quarterback isn’t the worst thing in the world and clearly Carr has a chip on his shoulder going into this season.
In other Raiders’ links:
- Power rankings: Check out where CBS has the Raiders’ power ranked going into the season.
- Season preview: ESPN previews the entire 2020 NFL season,
- How fans are dealing with move: The L.A. Times has a look at Raiders fans and how they are adjusting to the move to Las Vegas.
- More air time: Sirius is going to have its own weekly Raiders’ radio show.
- Familiar face in Carolina: Former Raiders’ star quarterback Rich Gannon will be on the broadcast team during the game at Carolina on Sunday,