"Anytime you get new receivers and they're going to be a focal point, it does take some time," Carr said. "I would say that, especially when he came off his injury, he was healthy and we had a lot of time on task. Obviously, I trust him. He's a great receiver. I think a lot of that has to do with once he got healthy, he was ready to roll. It was really that Colts game where I felt like we were ready to hit it rolling. Then he ended up hitting his knee or whatever and he was out. When he got healthy, just ever since then, he's a trustworthy guy that does things the right way. Usually guys like that, the ball ends up finding them."
"It was emotional because as I was doing it, I was remembering all the memories from breaking my ankle, to fourth-quarter comeback wins, to throwing three picks in a quarter. Everything," Carr said. "Just how loyal our fans are. I know it stings. I know it hurts that we might not play here. I don't know. I was going to make sure that if this was the last time, I wanted to say thank you in whatever way I could."