The Raiders’ quarterback and the team are finalizing the language of a five-year contract extension that is expected to pay him $25 million a season, league sources said.“Nothing done yet ... trust me you will hear it here first,” Carr tweeted in response to an ESPN report.Carr had set a July 28 deadline — the start of training camp — and Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie was always confident it would get done before that.Carr, 26, was picked for the Pro Bowl for a second time last season, throwing for 3,937 yards and 28 touchdowns with six interceptions before breaking his leg and missing the last regular-season game and the team’s first playoff game in 14 years.Former Raiders and now Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer is next at $24.35 million, Drew Brees takes home an average of $24.25 mil a year, and Washington’s Kirk Cousins has been forced to take $23.94 million because of the franchise tag designation.McKenzie has been planning for this day, as well as extending defensive end Khalil Mack, last year’s NFL Defensive Player of the Year, and guard Gabe Jackson — along with Carr, part of the franchise-changing 2014 draft.
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