Derek Carr made another appearance on "Brother for Another" on Peacock on Wednesday, and among a host of football topics, Carr let everyone know how much he and the rest of the team have Carl Nassib's back.
Carr sat down with Michael Holley and Michael Smith to discuss about his love for the city of Las Vegas, his excitement for getting to work with his offense and his reaction to Nassib coming out as gay several weeks ago.
"He's my teammate, he's my brother," said Carr. "At first, I was shocked because I didn't know. He never talked about it to any one of the teammates. His moment was when he grabbed his phone and did it that way. And I called him. He was working out, so I texted him. And he sent a text right back. And he said, 'Derek, you have no idea how much it meant to me for you to reach out.' He said, 'I was hoping that you would reach out.'
"I said, 'Bro, if no one else has your back and no one else will talk to you, I will.' I said 'I love you, bro, and I'm here for you' ... We had a great conversation."
Carr and Nassib will be going into their third season together as teammates and have big things planned with the revamped changes to both sides of the ball. The Raiders added John Brown, Willie Snead IV and Kenyan Drake to Carr's arsenal of weapons, and Gus Bradley was brought in as the new defensive coordinator along with edge-rushing specialist Yannick Ngakoue.
And yet, while the roster has changed, one of Carr's desires has never changed:
"I want to hold that Lombardi Trophy as a Raider."