Brandon Carr has had a great career since leaving Carman-Ainsworth, and the next step will take him to Baltimore to play for the Ravens.

Carr was originally drafted by the Chiefs in 2008, then headed to Dallas in 2012.  It was announced this week that Carr would be heading to Baltimore for the 2017-18 season, ending a dream run in Dallas.  Carr posted a heartfelt message on his Instagram account about his time in Dallas.

Despite turning 31 this year, Carr was given a four year deal by the Ravens.  Carr has been amazingly resilient throughout his career.

Carr has started and played in all 144 games of his career so far, and in a league that is as injury prone as the NFL, that is an amazing accomplishment.

Even though Carr has become an NFL superstar, he still keeps himself deeply rooted in Flint.  His Carr Cares Foundation has helped many kids in Flint, along with the football camps he has hosted here in his hometown.

Brandon also took part in the Real Men Wear Pink fundraiser this year for the Flint ACS.