Raiders quarterback Derek Carr is reportedly frustrated at the pace of contract negotiations.
Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr is frustrated with the pace of contract negotiations, as he is wanting to get a deal done before training camp starts, reports NFL.com's Michael Silver.
The team and Carr's agent had no comment concerning the negotiations.
Carr, 26, completed 63% of his passes with 28 touchdowns and six interceptions last season for the Raiders, who made their first playoff appearance since 2002.
Carr broke his leg in the fourth quarter of a Week 16 game against the Indianapolis Colts and missed the rest of the season.
Without Carr, Oakland had only 203 total yards in a 27-14 Wild Card playoff loss to the Houston Texans.
The Raiders have more than $32 million in salary cap space available to spend, and Carr is set to make $977,519 in base salary for 2017, the last season of a four-year, $5.4 million rookie deal.