For the NFL teams that are currently in the offseason, it has already been a whirlwind.
Many head coaches and offensive and defensive coordinators have been chosen, and the rumor mill is in full effect, especially when it comes to the quarterback position.
There have been two major quarterback conversations, one involving Aaron Rodgers, and one involving Derek Carr.
Carr has been public about wanting to leave Las Vegas, and it appears that his first suitor has revealed themselves.
NFL source says that the asking price to trade for #Raiders QB Derek Carr is a 3rd round pick, per @JFowlerESPN
While the #Saints were given permission to host Carr, they have not agreed to contract terms, per @AlbertBreer
Carr also hasn't agreed to waive his no-trade clause. pic.twitter.com/JLrpurc73m
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) February 8, 2023
The New Orleans Saints appear to be the first team to reach out about Carr, and while nothing has been set in stone, recent reporting has unveiled the initial asking price.
A third-round pick for Carr could be fair compensation, especially considering his massive contract that the Las Vegas Raiders are tied to, at least for now.
Carr was a second-round pick by the Raiders in 2014, and he has spent his entire career with the team.
However, unless a major change is made, Carr will be moving on from the Raiders.
Would Carr be a good fit with the Saints?
At this point, having a veteran like Carr on their team could be mutually beneficial.
Carr would be able to get a fresh start on a new team, and the Saints could gain stability in the position for the first time since Drew Brees retired.
Wherever Carr ends up, his large contract will likely be the main topic of conversation between that team and the Raiders.NEXT: Andy Reid Comments On Tyreek Hill's Time With Chiefs