"I think that tempo kind of caught us off guard", Peters said. "That's what's being missed here", he told ESPN, his former employer, after the Raiders traded the dynamic pass rusher to the Bears just before the start of the season. Thearon W. Henderson / Getty Images Los Angeles RamsHead coach Sean McVay and Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden meet following the Rams win over the Raiders at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum.
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Peters and Aqib Talib shared this video on the Rams' Twitter account in the locker room, too. "So had a half to kind of trade blows with them and then second half had a good feeling for what they was trying to do".More news: Hurricane Florence prompts Amtrak to cancel trains in the Carolinas
Carr turned in a poor performance in Monday's game against the Rams, and he essentially threw his team out of the game with a few terrible interceptions.
"We have to get ready to play", Gruden said.
Donald, who held out of training camp for a second consecutive season, said that he was prepared to play, but was unsatisfied with his performance.
Contract holdouts are fairly typical for star National Football League players. Once they traded him to Chicago, he signed a record-breaking, six-year, $141 million contract extension, with $90 million in guaranteed money and $60 million at signing.