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David Carr is a 49er; Giants to work out Jim Sorgi

Profootballtalk.com reports that David Carr has agreed to terms with the San Fran 49ers.

Profootballtalk.com also reports that the New York Giants will be working out former Colts backup QB Jim Sorgi (who has never impressed me for a second) on Monday.

 

We’ll see what the Giants do, but I think in the end that last year’s 5th round pick Rhett Bomar will move into the backup role for the New York Giants.


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6 Responses to “David Carr is a 49er; Giants to work out Jim Sorgi”

  1. Adam Y says:

    actually kinda not happy about this. I am one of those people that always liked Carr and loved that we had him as a solid back up to Eli. Its a good move for him tho. i hope he does great out there

  2. good backup QB’s like Carr are not easy to come by, in fact Carr at times looked better at the deep ball than Eli.

    Not so anymore though… eli has really tightened up the last 2 years.

    still, Carr gave us a lot of confidence in the reserves, he will be missed.

  3. Curtis says:

    I will miss having Carr as the number 2 but I wish him the best. Sorgi is a definate step up from Bomar but what do you think of bringing in Culpepper or Garcia or Derek Anderson?

  4. Curtis I like Garcia that gives Bomar another year to get ready.

    I dont’ love Culpepper and I think Derek Anderson is awful, but he was in Cleveland who knows what he could do with the Giants talented WR

  5. Adam Y. says:

    i said this in another post but i think Marc Bugler (or however you spell his name) from the rams would be a good back up QB

  6. Jason C. says:

    Don’t you people get what they’re trying to do here? How can you miss Carr as a backup, he never played in anything worth time, a backup is only needed a quick stopgap in case of injury. Sorgi is the perfect backup, and anyone who doesn’t like picking him up, check out the numbers he had when he did step in for Peyton, then look at what Curtis Painter did, if you think anyone can play in the Colts offense.

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