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Oakland Raiders Expected to Make Derek Carr One of the Highest Paid Quarterbacks in the NFL

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Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr will be a free agent in 2017 and the Raiders are not about to let him walk out. The organization has shifted all of their attention on looking down Derek Carr with a long-term deal.

Per Adam Schefter, Carr is expected to be offered a huge contract paying him in the Range of Andrew Luck's new contract. "A league source expects that deal 'to be Luck-ish,' a reference to the five-year, $123 million contract that Andrew Luck signed with Indianapolis last summer."

Carr, 25, has been performing well this 2016 season. He has thrown for 2,321 yards, 17 touchdowns and three interceptions while completing 66.3 percent of his passes. Carr has lead his team to fifth in yards per game (401.6) and sixth in points per contest (26.9). The Raiders are tied for first with the Broncos in the AFC West after a hot start.