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Derek Carr is now a New Orleans Saint. After nearly a decade with the Raiders organization...
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Derek Carr is now a New Orleans Saint. After nearly a decade with the Raiders organization, the quarterback has moved on following an extremely challenging final season with the team. Here's what made him leave Las Vegas...
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"Once they made my wife cry, that was pretty much over. Once they made her cry, that was out," the quarterback said in an interview with the Fresno Bee.

"I was, for lack of a better term, I was very upset; I was mad," Carr said about being benched for Jarrett Stidham near the end of the season.

"I would have said I don't even want the money, just to play two more times in front of our fans. I didn't get that opportunity. So, it definitely lit a fire inside me to keep going."
(The Spun)
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PUB12 months
Then do something about it and lead the Saints to a Super Bowl Victory this season.
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Hangit12 months
Baw has $85 million. Wait until he gets playing (Earning) and the crying wife Cutlers him.
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thermal922112 months
How did they make her cry?
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PetroBabich12 months
Benched for Jarett Stidham. He should have cried.
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cajunmud12 months
Women's tears...it's a weird thing that they do to us...ain't it?
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