Raiders’ Derek Carr Signs Three-Year Extension Worth Up To $121.5 Million
How much does it take to get someone to stay in the desert? $141.3 million over four years, as that’s what Derek Carr agreed to remain the Raiders’ quarterback.
Despite a few years of rumors that his time in silver and black could be coming to an end, Carr will now be calling signals in Las Vegas until at least 2025.
It’s technically a three-year extension worth up to $121.5 million, and his contract includes a no-trade clause.
The #Raiders and star QB Derek Carr have agreed to terms on a 3-year contract extension worth $121.5M, source said. The agreement ties Carr to Las Vegas through the 2025 season. He is already the longest tenured QB in the AFC. 💰 💰 💰
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 13, 2022
Carr led the Raiders (10-7) to the playoffs last year, and this past offseason the team traded for his college teammate Davante Adams.
The 31-year-old has thrown for 31,700 yards and 193 touchdowns to 85 interceptions in 127 games, all with the Raiders. He owns a 57-70 record and has completed 2,896 of his 4,456 passes (65%).
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