September 3, 2015
RENO - Reno native Chris Carr has decided to retire from the NFL.
Carr played nine years in the NFL after going undrafted out of Boise State. He played with the Raiders, Titans, Ravens, Chargers and the Saints.
He finished with 230 career tackles (193 solo), seven forced fumbles, seven interceptions and 2.5 sacks.
Carr was a four-year starter at Boise State, being named All-WAC honorable mention his senior season as both a safety and a kick returner.
He helped McQueen win the State Championship in 2000. He was the Player of the Year his senior season, running for 1,944 yards on 206 carries and 34 touchdowns.
Carr said on his Twitter account that he plans to attend Law school in the fall.
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