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ESPN published this video item, entitled “Should Derek Carr stay with the Raiders or be traded to a team like the Bears? | KJZ” – below is their description.
Keyshawn Johnson and Jay Williams discuss Derek Carr’s future with the Las Vegas Raiders under head coach Jon Gruden, along with how Carr would fit with the Chicago Bears.
0:00 Keyshawn argues that Derek Carr should not want to be the Bears’ QB.
2:43 Jay Williams agrees that Carr would not be a good fit in Chicago.
3:04 JWill brings up the possibility of Raiders QB Marcus Mariota going to the Bears.
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