When Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr signed a mammoth 5-year, $125-million deal earlier this week, he was immediately asked what he wanted to spend the money on, and he came up with a surprising answer.
“Chick-Fil-A,” Carr said, according to CBS Sports. “I’ve been eating clean. (The Raiders) have been having me eat clean. I will probably get some Chick-Fil-A.”
However, in the CBS Sports story, there was another chicken sandwich selection for Carr.
Yes, that’s right a relational advertisement is suggesting KFC.
In an interview on ESPN Bakersfield 1230 AM and 98.1, Carr’s brother, Darren, speculated that his younger sibling may spend his money on something even more audacious.
“He’s always loved the Batmobile,” Darren Carr said.
Realistically, Darren Carr speculated that his brother would put the money to good works, including missionary work.