The Tampa Bay Bucs will have the seventh overall pick in this weeks NFL Draft and if they want a franchise quarterback there will be one of the big of the big four on the board when they need
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are bringing in yet another quarterback Wednesday — Fresno State’s Derek Carr — for a pre-draft visit. In the previous video, I talked about Louisville’s Teddy Bridgewater being the most ‘pro-ready’ of this year’s quarterback class. But
The NFL Draft is less than a month away and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been busy bringing in prospects the last few weeks, including quarterbacks. Last week they brought in Louisville’s Teddy Bridgewater, Texas A&M’s Johnny Manziel and
Derek Carr says his Monday workout with the Browns went well.
Many NFL prospects spent their respective pro days working hard to impress scouts and improve their draft stock. But how did they do compared to others doing the same thing? Even though Pro Day is not as big the
Former Fresno State quarterback Derek Carr fully expects to participate in his pro day Thursday despite being hospitalized Wednesday night. According to NFL.com, Carr has been battling a stomach virus and required an IV. “I’m doing fine and I feel
Derek Carr has learned a lot over the years from his brother, David. David Carr flopped as the No. 1 overall pick by the Texans in 2002. But, Derek took from the experience and learned to read NFL defenses
Fresno State QB Derek Carr reflects on some of the lessons his older brother Derek taught him, and his relationship with Bucs offensive coordinator Jeff Tedford