But the question for the Raiders about Carr, according to Kellerman, is: "Can they get anything for him?"
Raiders quarterback Derek Carr found a new foe this week and it wasn't an AFC West pass rusher or defensive back.
Kellerman suggested that coach Jon Gruden and the Raiders should trade Carr but wondered, "Can they get anything for him?"
If the UFC idea doesn't work out, it sounds like Carr would also be willing to take a less violent route, which would involve watching film with Kellerman. Is he a placeholder until they can find the next guy?
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In no time at all, the six-time champion had extended that lead to 5-2 before he broke again to seal the match. "I just didn't take care of the things I needed to take care of", Raonic said.
As for Kellerman, he actually ripped into Carr even more during the show.
"I used to think that a lot until I saw Drew Brees twice a year in Tampa", Gruden told reporters Tuesday about his thoughts on smaller quarterbacks. He took on his character as a professional. Carr wrote, in an apparent reference to Kellerman, and perhaps co-host Stephen A. Smith, as well.
After Kellerman, a "First Take" host, raised doubts this week about whether the Raiders could acquire a viable player in exchange for Carr, the National Football League signal-caller responded by trying to set up a UFC-style fight with the host. "Where pro athletes can challenge some of these people to an octagon fight until they give us an answer", Carr wrote.
Carr moved on after blasting Kellerman, sharing a proud papa moment of his son Dallas playing golf. His team is in shambles, his job is in peril and a TV talking head just put his integrity as a professional and a leader on blast.