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VIDEO: Interview With Austin Carr

Steve Balestrieri
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July 27, 2017 at 8:52 pm ET

VIDEO: Interview With Austin Carr(PHOTO: Bob DeChiara - USA TODAY Sports)
Posted: Jul 27, 2017 08:52
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After his first practice in a Patriots uniform, wide receiver Austin Carr spoke with the media members including PatsFans.com to talk about his experiences thus far, his work in trying to learn the playbook and what he did over his downtime before camp

Carr made arguably the catch of the day with a beautiful leaping grab in the back of the end zone with a leaping grab over DB Will Likely. Carr made a nice move of tapping both feet inbounds before tumbling out of the end zone. That made the Patriots secondary get down and do pushups…

While it will be very tough to crack the 53-man roster as a wide receiver in this positional group, Carr isn’t hurting himself at all with performances like he logged today.  Check out our video interview:

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A former US Army Special Forces NCO and Officer, Steve has been following the Patriots since their days at Fenway Park. Steve has worked in the film industry and wrote as an Military Editor at SpecialOperations.com, 1945.com as a reporter for the Millbury Daily Voice, Millbury-Sutton Chronicle, and the Grafton News. He's also a member of the Pro Football Writers of America (PFWA)


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