Former Ravens cornerback and kick returner Chris Carr isn't walking away from football just yet.
Certainly not if someone wants him to play another season or two. The 29-year-old still hopes to continue his career after eight years in the NFL.
Carr played in nine games last season for the San Diego Chargers, but didn't start any games and finished with just four tackles.
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If it doesn't work out for Carr to catch on with another team as an unrestricted free agent, the former Nevada standout plans to attend law school.
"Yeah, I'm dedicated right now to play another year or two," said Carr, who was in Baltimore for the Ed Block Courage award banquet to accept an award on behalf of Chargers cornerback Quentin Jammer. "I definitely have everything set up for law school because sometimes it's not up to you."
Carr has recorded 213 career tackles, six interceptions, seven forced fumbles and 24 pass deflections.
"Physically, I feel good and I feel just as fast and just as strong," Carr said. "I feel like if I get an opportunity, I can still play at a high level like before. I wouldn't keep playing if I didn't feel I had it anymore. I'm looking forward to the season."