"They want me to come in, work hard, compete," Carr said. "Whenever I'm the quarterback, great. To me, it doesn't matter what the situation is - if I'm a starter, if I'm a backup, there to learn. My No. 1 goal is to help the Raiders win, and I'm going to do that."
"You just sit there and wait for your phone to ring," Carr said. "It's weird. You sit there, you hope it rings with every pick that goes by. But I got to be honest, the way it worked out, the place I'm going and the coaches and players I'll be around, I couldn't be happier."