Derek Carr isn’t upset about getting hit in the head twice in three games.

“I don’t really worry about anything,” Carr said. “Just to make sure, I did a few extra tests and other things such as that this week.”

Both our doctors and the doctor who wasn’t part of our group said everything was fine. They showed myself the results and how they compared to other things.

There’s nothing to worry about with that. It didn’t seem like they had anything to do with each other.

For me, that’s just the cost of running a business as well as playing football some days. That part doesn’t cause any worry, either in the short or long run.

It makes me feel good to know that I can handle playing in that part of it. Carr has completed 66.2% of all his passes this year, completing 2,761 yards, 11 touchdowns, and 6 interceptions.

Carr said that the process was mostly identical this time around, with “maybe a couple” of small changes made by the Saints’ medical team. He told the Saints they were great for “going above and beyond” to help him.

“That was helpful,” Carr said. “Sometimes it took a few more minutes or seconds to do some things, but it was the right thing to do, and I truly appreciate these individuals looking out for me in that way.”

Besides the concussions, Derek Carr has also hurt his shoulder and ribs this year. Jameis Winston as well as Taysom Hill stepped in for him when he had to leave the game.

The offense and Carr have had a hard time getting things right in his first season with the Saints. They have lost three straight games and are now 5-7. They need to beat the Panthers to keep their dreams alive in the NFC South.

The New Orleans Saints said Friday night that quarterback Derek Carr had passed the concussion protocol. He is still questionable over Sunday’s game against the Carolina Panthers.

QB Taysom Hill (foot/left hand) as well as wide receiver Rashid Shaheed (thigh) are also questionable for the Saints after missing practice all week. Wide receiver Chris Olave is also questionable after missing two practices with the flu.

There was a pool report sent to the reporters by the team on Friday that said Carr had felt better. He is definitely doing great.

Carr was put through the concussion procedure for the second time in a month during the fourth quarter for Sunday’s game against the Lions of Detroit.

Carr also left the Nov. 12 game between the Saints and the Minnesota Vikings because he had a concussion. The next week, the Saints didn’t play, but Carr came back the next week to play against the Falcons in Atlanta.

“Both our doctors and the doctor who wasn’t part of our group said everything was fine.” They showed me how the results matched up with other things. “I don’t care about that stuff,” Carr warned.

It didn’t seem to have anything in common. For myself, it’s just the cost of running a business as well as playing football some days. There’s no need to worry about that, either in the short or long run.

QB Taysom Hill (foot/left hand) as well as wide receiver Rashid Shaheed (thigh) are also questionable for the Saints after missing practice all week. Wide receiver Chris Olave is also questionable after missing two practices with the flu.

In a pool report sent to the media through the team on Friday, Carr said, “I have felt better, but I’m feeling great, that’s for sure.”

Carr was put through the concussion procedure for the second time in a month during the fourth quarter for Sunday’s game toward the Detroit Lions.

Carr also left the Nov. 12 game between the Saints and the Minnesota Vikings because he had a concussion.

The next week, the Saints didn’t play, but Carr came back the next week to play against the Falcons of Atlanta.

He hasn’t missed a game yet this season, even though he was hurt three times and had to miss games.

The last three wins the Saints (5-7) have been lost. Carr said that getting two concussions in a short amount of time didn’t worry him any more, but he did have more tests this week.

“Both our doctors and the doctor who wasn’t part of our group said everything was fine.” They showed me how the results matched up with other things. “I don’t care about that stuff,” Carr warned.

They didn’t seem to have anything in common. For me, that’s just the cost of running a business as well as playing football some days. There’s no need to worry about that, either in the short or long run.