There's a lot to take care of once the season is over," McDaniels said Wednesday after announcing

hat Jarrett Stidham would upgrade Carr for the remainder of the regular season.

Regardless of whether Carr signs the extension, walking away from him, trading him (he has a no-trade clause) or leaving him

immediately after the wonderful Bowl wouldn't cripple the Raiders financially. Perhaps benching Carr 

now allows Las Vegas to show their availability a bit sooner, giving teams a chance to talk 

about the three-time professional bowler as a business opportunity ahead of the transfer spree. 

If the satisfying deals don't materialize, the Raiders can simply drop the bait with a possible dead cash hit.

Let's try to wait until the offseason is over, which is sure to include another recreation of QB musical c

determine what Carr's next landing spot might be -- if, of course, he doesn't ultimately settle in. Las Vegas.