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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - David Carr
The only two quarterbacks chosen on the second day of the NFL draft Friday have a lot to emulate.
Eleven years younger than David, Derek Carr also must hope he gets better protection with the Raiders than David did with Houston. David Carr never reached the expectations of a No. 1 pick, in great part because he was sacked so often during his time with the Texans.
The Oakland Raiders drafted their possible quarterback of the future less than two months after acquiring a new starter.
Government and business interests in Newtown say several projects getting underway should help bring people downtown in the Newton County community.
Tough luck, Frisco fans. Eli Manning's tummy is just fine.
Running back Ahmad Bradshaw is returning to the New York Giants.
David Carr was sacked an NFL record 76 times in 2002, the Houston Texans inaugural season. Three years later, he went down behind the line 68 times, third-most in league history.
“It is one thing to gossip or complain about your boss, but quite another to watch her head get chopped off in the cold light of day,” wrote David Carr for The Times.
He also said he has not been asked to restructure his contract at this point, although the Giants could use Carr as leverage to get him to take a pay cut.