Derek Carr Oakland Raiders Autographed 16x20 Photo #1126

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Autographed Derek Carr Photo
Derek Carr Photo Autographed
Derek Carr Autographed Photo
Price: $135.00

The photo is autographed in black and each photo comes with the NSD Authentication numbered hologram and matching Certificate of Authenticity. Derek Carr signed this photo at one of our private National Sports Distributors autograph sessions. As always, NSD is with the athlete at the time of signing the item for every piece of autographed sports memorabilia that we sell. In addition, law enforcement is also present at all our NSD private signings as an additional witness.

Derek Carr is the first Raiders quarterback to go to the Pro Bowl since 2002, when Rich Gannon made 4 straight appearances from 1999-2002. Carr's 53 touchdown passes through his first two seasons is second only to Dan Marino.

This item is in stock and ships immediately.  This image is also available in 8"x10". To see all the Derek Carr photos click here: Autographed Derek Carr Photo

Oakland Raiders

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AFL Champions

1967 (VII)

Super Bowl Champions

1976 (XI) MVP = Fred Biletnikoff, 1980 (XV) MVP = Jim Plunkett, 1983 (XVIII) MVP = Marcus Allen

Pro Bowl MVP

2001 Rich Gannon, 2002 Rich Gannon

NFL MVP Winners

1974 Ken Stabler, 1985 Marcus Allen, 2002 Rich Gannon

Pro Football Hall of Fame Members (Year of Induction)

Ron Mix (1979), Jim Otto (1980), George Blanda (1981), Willie Brown (1984), Gene Upshaw (1987), Fred Biletnikoff (1988), Art Shell (1969), Ted Hendricks (1990), Al Davis (1992), Mike Haynes (1997), Eric Dickerson (1999), Howie Long (2000), Ronnie Lott (2000), Dave Casper (2002), Marcus Allen (2003), James Lofton (2003), Bob Brown (2004), John Madden (2006), Rod Woodson (2009), Jerry Rice (2010, Warren Sapp (2013), Ray Guy (2014), Tim Brown (2015), Ken Stabler (2016)

Retired Numbers

The Raiders do not retire player numbers. Jim Otto's "00" number is no longer allowed to be worn by any player in the NFL.