Carrie recorded four tackles (all solo) and one sack in Sunday's 41-24 win over the Dolphins.
Carrie managed to collect just the second sack of his career against the 2-9 Dolphins, and he'll continue to share cornerback duties with Denzel Ward and Greedy Williams versus the Steelers in Week 13.
Carrie racked up 10 tackles (nine solo) in Sunday's 32-28 defeat at the hands of the Seahawks.
With Denzel Ward nursing a hamstring injury, Carrie made the most of his start, racking up his best output from a statistical perspective this season. Carrie would go on to play all 83 defensive snaps in the game, and he now sits at 27 tackles and an interception through six games. He and the Browns will have their bye Week 7.
Carrie will start at cornerback versus the Seahawks on Sunday, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.
Carrie is set to draw his fourth consecutive start in place of Denzel Ward (hamstring). Over the last three weeks, he's averaged 5.3 tackles per game while notching one interception and two defended passes. As long as Ward remains sidelined, Carrie will retain fantasy value in IDP formats.
Carrie recorded seven tackles (six solo), two passes defensed and an interception across 66 defensive snaps in Sunday's loss to the Rams.
The Browns were short-handed in the secondary Sunday with Denzel Ward (hamstring) and Greedy Williams (hamstring) sidelined. Thus, Carrie did not miss a defensive rep in the contest. Not only did he lead the team in tackles, but he also recorded his first interception of the season. If he continues to see his reps rise, Carrie could become quite the IDP candidate.
Carrie (hamstring) participated in practice Wednesday, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports.
Carrie has been managing a hamstring injury since June but now appears back to full health. The sixth-year pro projects to play a depth role in the Browns' secondary.
Carrie (hamstring) didn't practice Friday, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Carrie has been dealing with leg injury and he was held out of Thursday's game with the issue. He's likely looking at a backup or depth secondary role when he does return.
The non-contact leg injury Carrie sustained in practice Thursday is not believed to be serious, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports.
This is good news for Carrie, as non-contract injuries have a reputation for potentially being serious or even season-ending. The Ohio product was able to walk off the field under his own power. The Browns' mandatory minicamp concluded Thursday and the team won't reconvene until until training camp in late July.
Carrie exited Thursday's practice with what appeared to be a non-contact leg injury, Tom Reed of The Athletic reports.
Non-contact injuries are never good news, but Carrie was at least able to walk off the field under his own power. Thursday marks the final day of the Browns' mandatory minicamp and the team won't reconvene until training camp.
Carrie is expected to start at right cornerback against the Buccaneers on Sunday, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Carrie will step into the starting lineup in place of E.J. Gaines (concussion) against the Buccaneers' league-leading passing offense. The 28-year-old has already had success accumulating tackles in a rotational role, and he could be an attractive IDP play as long as Gaines remains sidelined.
Carrie posted 12 tackles (seven solo) during Sunday's 45-42 overtime loss to Oakland.
Carrie's 12 tackles only fell short of linebacker Joe Schobert, who set the pace with 14 total tackles. The 28-year-old is expected to see an increased workload going forward with Terrance Mitchell (wrist) on injured reserve.
Carrie racked up eight tackles (six solo) and a sack during Sunday's 21-18 loss to the Saints.
Carrie tied for the team lead in tackles and took part in the Browns' three-sack performance by getting to Drew Brees for his first sack of his career. The 28-year-old was signed to a four-year deal this offseason and is expected to play a significant role in 2018.
Carrie agreed to terms Wednesday with the Browns on a four-year contract, Mike Garafolo of the NFL Network reports.
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.
The Raiders have listed WR Denarius Moore, WR Vincent Brown, CB Chimdi Chekwa, CB T.J. Carrie, G Tony Bergstrom, T Menelik Watson and DT Stacy McGee as inactive Week 17 against the Broncos.
Brown, Chekwa and Moore had all been ruled out prior to Sunday. Both Carrie and Watson entered the contest listed as questionable. Carrie is dealing with an ankle injury. Watson has foot and ankle issues. Bergstrom and McGee are healthy scratches.
The Raiders have downgraded cornerback T.J. Carrie (ankle) from questionable to out for Sunday's season finale against Denver, reports the Bay Area News Group. The rookie appeared in 13 games and posted 44 combined tackles and one interception.
The Raiders listed seven players on its final injury report for Week 17 against Denver. Wide receiver Vincent Brown (groin), cornerback Chimdi Chekwa (hamstring), and wide receiver Denarius Moore (knee, ankle) were ruled out for for Sunday. Cornerback T.J. Carrie (ankle), linebacker Khalil Mack (hamstring) and tackle Menelik Watson (foot, ankle) were labeled questionable.
Meanwhile, defensive back Ras-I Dowling (hamstring) got the green light after being a limited participant all week. He was deemed probable for the final game of the season.
The Raiders have listed the following players as inactive for Sunday's Week 16 matchup with the Bills: wide receivers Vincent Brown (groin) and Denarius Moore (knee, ankle), tight end Brian Leonhardt (concussion), cornerback Chimdi Chekwa (hamstring), guard Tony Bergstrom, tackle Menelik Watson and defensive tackle Stacy McGee.
Brown, Moore, Leonhard and Chewka were previously ruled out on the team's final injury report for Week 16. Bergstrom, Watson and McGee are healthy scratches.
The team will have cornerback D.J. Hayden (back) and defensive tackle C.J. Wilson (knee) available after both players were listed as questionable to play. Also active are quarterback Derek Carr (thumb) and cornerback T.J. Carrie (ankle), both of whom were deemed probable.
The Raiders are a 6 1/2-point underdog at home against the Bills.
The Raiders released their final injury report for the Week 16 game against the Bills and listed quarterback Derek Carr (thumb) and cornerback T.J. Carrie (ankle) as probable.
The only players listed as questionable are defensive lineman C.J. Wilson (knee) and cornerback D.J. Hayden (back).
The Raiders listed the following players as out: Vincent Brown (groin), Tarell Brown (foot), Chimdi Chekwa (hamstring), Brian Leonhardt (concussion), Menelik Watson (foot) and Denarius Moore (knee).
The Raiders are 6 1/2-point underdogs.
Raiders guard Gabe Jackson (knee), tight end Brian Leonhardt (concussion) and cornerback T.J. Carrie (ankle) are active for the game at St. Louis after being listed on the injury report.
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