Raiders quarterback Derek Carr isn’t usually the kind of guy who shows any signs of emotion, so sending out a angry tweet is not something fans would normally see.  Until this morning when Carr, 27, challenged ESPN First Take’s, Stephen A. Smith to fight in Dana White’s octagon

During Wednesday’s episode, Carr’s name came up during a discussion about who should be the Raiders quarterback of the future.  Co-host Max Kellerman speculated that the Raiders might want to trade their fifth-year quarterback after this year’s 4-12 season. At one point, Kellerman seemed to suggest that Carr had lost his competitive edge.  Although Carr is signed through the 2022 season, speculation began going crazy over head coach Jon Gruden’s praise of Kyler Murray at the Senior Bowl over the weekend. 

Apparently, Carr wasn’t too happy about being called a quitter, because he sent out a very interesting tweet to UFC president Dana White.

Kellerman’s words must have hit Carr where is hurt cause he followed up with this tweet:

First Take host Stephen A. Smith had a tweet of his own:

No word yet on whether Carr plans to take him up on that offer.