Carr Drawing Only Mild Interest

There hasn't been much of a market so far for quarterback David Carr, the former top overall pick in the NFL draft who was released by the Houston Texans when they traded for Matt Schaub to be their starter.

The Miami Dolphins might be interested if they're unable to complete a trade with the Kansas City Chiefs for Trent Green, but Green clearly is their first choice. The Seattle Seahawks might have Carr in for a visit, but all they have to offer is a chance to compete with Seneca Wallace for the backup job behind Matt Hasselbeck. The Carolina Panthers reportedly are a possibility. They've been looking for a quarterback to back up Jake Delhomme.

The Minnesota Vikings don't appear interested even though they're now looking at going into next season with Tarvaris Jackson as their starter as a second-year pro. The Oakland Raiders apparently haven't entered the chase even with Andrew Walter and Josh Booty as the only quarterbacks on their roster to serve as place-holders for likely top overall draft choice JaMarcus Russell.

By Mark Maske |  March 30, 2007; 10:38 AM ET  | Category:  Texans
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