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Derek Carr Net Worth 2017: How Much Is Oakland Raiders Quarterback Worth Now?

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Derek Carr has played 3 seasons with the Oakland Raiders and has shown improvement each year that he is this team’s starting quarterback for years to come. Carr is a rising star in this league having been elected to the pro-bowl and leading this team to a 12-4 record this past season. Carr has all the intangibles that a team could want in their QB and he has the determination to make this a winning franchise again.

Derek Carr Net Worth as of 2017: $146.7 Million

Derek Carr has proven he can play the position and is net worth showed as he was worth $23.5 million. That was from his current contract and personal investments until as of this morning. The Oakland Raiders released breaking news saying that they have agreed to a $125 million extension with Carr that will span the next few years.

With the last year of his four year contract taken off the books due to this new deal, his new net worth is astounding 146.7 million. We’ll show you how he got to this point.


2014-2015

SAN DIEGO, CA – DECEMBER 18: Quarterback Derek Carr #4 of the Oakland Raiders reacts after the Raiders 19-16 win over the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium on December 18, 2016 in San Diego, California. (Photo by Donald Miralle/Getty Images)

Carr’s first two seasons in the league showed promise as he accumulated 21 tds and 3,270 yds his first season and then 32 tds and 3,987 yds his second year. By just looking at those stats you would think the kid was flawless and was considered a top tier qb. The one blimp on his game however, was that he had a tendency for turning the ball over. Carr committed 35 turnovers over his first two seasons and was determined to flip the script; only his play but also the direction of the team.


2016-Present

OAKLAND, CA – DECEMBER 24: Quarterback Derek Carr #4 of the Oakland Raiders is helped off the field with a broken leg against the Indianapolis Colts in the fourth quarter on December 24, 2016 at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum in Oakland, California. The Raiders won 33-25. (Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Images)

Carr’s third season in the league was his most impressive up to this point. He threw for 28 touchdowns, 3,937 yards and a passer rating of 96.7. However, maybe the most impressive statistic was limiting his turnovers. He only committed 8 turnovers this past season and led his team to the second best record in the AFC.

He finally got bad news when he suffered a broken fibula in week 16 against the Colts and was ruled out for the rest of the season. He has been rehabbing feverishly since and is motivated to get his shot at bringing this team back to the Superbowl after years of embarrassment.

With this new deal, Carr won’t have to worry in the slightest about expenses and can shift all his focus to the upcoming season.

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