BILLS: Take Raiders' Carr for a test ...

BILLS: Take Raiders' Carr for a test drive

There are 9 comments on the Journal-Register story from Mar 23, 2008, titled BILLS: Take Raiders' Carr for a test drive. In it, Journal-Register reports that:

“Personally, I wanted to get out of Oakland. I just want a change and a shot to go somewhere else and prove that I can play”

The Buffalo Bills hosted restricted free agent cornerback Chris Carr of the Oakland Raiders on Thursday. via Journal-Register

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TexasRaider

United States

#1 Mar 24, 2008
Since he's restricted, does that mean that if we lose him we get another draft pick?
Freddy

Granger, IN

#2 Mar 24, 2008
If he was drafted, the Raiders would receive some type of compensatory pick. However, Carr was undrafted.
Woodson24

Sacramento, CA

#3 Mar 26, 2008
ya if he leaves we get nothing.
Twilight Zone

Newark, NJ

#4 Mar 26, 2008
Carr was a nice little player. He just doesn't have what it takes to hang in our defensive backfield. Strongest position on the team.

1- CB/DB
2- LB
3- RB

Our kicking game aint that shabby either.
RAIDER 67

Troy, NY

#5 Mar 27, 2008
Chris Carr was a bright spot on the kick return team. Best we've had in while.
Freddy

Granger, IN

#6 Mar 30, 2008
Twilight Zone wrote:
Carr was a nice little player. He just doesn't have what it takes to hang in our defensive backfield. Strongest position on the team.
1- CB/DB
2- LB
3- RB
Our kicking game aint that shabby either.
I believe Carr has what it takes to hang in our defensive backfield. Maybe not as a starter, but certainly as a nickel/dime guy.
Freddy

Granger, IN

#7 Mar 30, 2008
RAIDER 67 wrote:
Chris Carr was a bright spot on the kick return team. Best we've had in while.
There are better kick returners than Carr as far as scoring TD's, but his value seems to be the fact that he takes care of the ball and is not a liability on returns.
Woodson24

Sacramento, CA

#8 Apr 3, 2008
carr was able to get the ball past the 30 every time. doesnt matter if he never took it to the house thats excellent field position every time we had the ball. losing carr would hurt alot more then everyone thinks.
Twilight Zone

Newark, NJ

#9 Apr 7, 2008
I liked Carr. His numbers on kick and punt returns were not that good, and he seemed to fumble alot. I'm not saying he's the worst DB, But with Namdi, Hall, Routt, and Wahington(as of now) who's he beating out.

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