Carr was upset by comments made by Smith and Max Kellerman on ESPN's First Take. 

By Michael Shapiro
January 24, 2019

Raiders quarterback Derek Carr found a new foe this week and it wasn't an AFC West pass rusher or defensive back. Carr tweeted at UFC President Dana White on Wednesday and challenged ESPN First Take hosts Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman to a fight.

Carr's comments came after the First Take crew discussed the Raiders' quarterback situation on Wednesday morning. The harshest words came from Kellerman, who said the five-year veteran "don't want it." 

Kellerman didn't respond to Carr's comments. But that didn't stop Smith from going after Carr on Wednesday night. 

Don't expect to see either First Take host battle Carr in the Octagon. Betting site Bovada did release odds on a potential battle, though, tabbing Carr as a slight favorite over Smith. No line has been set for a potential Carr-Kellerman battle. 

Perhaps a fight against ESPN's morning-show hosts could serve as a frustration outlet for Carr. Oakland went 4–12 in 2018, with Carr tallying career-worst totals in touchdowns and sacks. 

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