Raiders selected Fresno State QB Derek Carr with the No. 36 overall pick in the 2014 draft.
The Raiders are likely to target Fresno State QB Derek Carr if they are able to trade down from No. 5, reports draft insider Tony Pauline.
Free agent David Carr told the Cleveland Plain-Dealer that "about six or seven teams" have expressed interest in him if they draft his brother, Fresno State QB Derek Carr.
ESPN NFL scout Matt Williamson is concerned about Fresno State QB Derek Carr's ability to handle pressure, and also his propensity to overshoot throws while off balance.
ESPN Stats & Information reports that Fresno State's Derek Carr completed only 30.9 percent of his passes when under duress in 2013.
NFL Network's Mike Mayock now ranks Fresno State's Derek Carr as the No. 3 QB in the class.
NFL.com's Charles Davis believes Fresno State's Derek Carr could be the first QB selected in May.
The Titans "seem especially curious" about Fresno State QB Derek Carr, reports the Nashville Tennesseean.
According to STATS, Inc., 21.7 percent of Fresno State QB Derek Carr's attempts last season were screen passes.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport believes the Cardinals could use the No. 20 overall pick on a QB.
Fresno State QB Derek Carr is "gonna go in the first round, the way it looks right now," said ESPN's Mel Kiper on the "First Draft" podcast.
Fresno State QB Derek Carr is visiting the Bucs on Wednesday, according to beat writer Jenna Laine.
Fresno State QB Derek Carr confidently called himself the draft's best QB, and told the "NFL AM" on the NFL Network that the tape backs up the claim.
Fresno State QB Derek Carr will visit the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Wednesday, and then the Cleveland Browns the following week, according to NFL network's Ian Rapoport.