Official terms were not disclosed, but the deal reportedly amounts to a one-year arrangement with several options that can be worth up to $24 million if it carries through the 2020 season, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Along with the high-priced addition of safety Tony Jefferson, Carr is the second major upgrade for Baltimore’s defensive backfield this offseason.
While starting every possible game over that stretch – recording a combined 15 interceptions and 110 passes defensed – Carr has quietly remained a steady presence in coverage.
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