FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) --Former Fresno State star Derek Carr was the fourth quarterback taken in 2014 draft class but is the first to make a Pro Bowl. The Raiders signal caller was named to his first Pro Bowl today replacing Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers who is unable to play due to injury. Carr will join Raiders teammates Charles Woodson, Marcel Reece and Khalil Mack in Hawaii for the Pro Bowl on Sunday, January 31st in Honolulu.
Carr started all 16 games this season and becomes the first Raiders quarterback to be named to the Pro Bowl since Rich Gannon in 2002. The former Bulldog threw for 3,987 yards with 32 touchdowns and 13 interceptions in his sophomore season.