Carrie started all 16 games for the Raiders last season, totaling 84 tackles and nine pass breakups while logging over 1,000 defensive snaps. Given the financial outlay, Carrie will likely occupy a starting role in a revamped Browns secondary that added Terrance Mitchell in free agency and acquired Damarious Randall via trade from the Packers. Carrie has also played safety in the past and could move over to the position if the Browns require more depth at that position.
Carrie racked up 84 tackles (70 solo), nine passes defensed and two fumble recoveries in 16 games during the 2017 regular season.
Carrie played a career-high 1,024 defensive snaps in 2017 as he served as a reliable starter at cornerback for the Raiders. He failed to force a turnover in 16 contests, but his 84 tackles were 32 more than his previous best in a single season. The 27-year-old will become an unrestricted free agent in 2018, but incoming head coach Jon Gruden could make an effort to re-sign the cornerback after a decent 2017 campaign compared to the rest of the team's uninspiring secondary.
Carrie recorded five tackles (all solo) and fumble recovery in Sunday's win over the Dolphins.
Carrie has been a staple of the Raiders' secondary all season, averaging more than 63 defensive snaps per contest through nine games this season. He'll now get a much-deserved week off before taking on the Patriots' high-flying offense in Week 11.
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