Derek Carr's recent addition to the New Orleans team has left a lasting impression on his fellow teammates.

In a recent interview on SiriusXM NFL Radio, Juwan Johnson, a tight end for the Saints, drew parallels between Carr and the legendary Drew Brees, a future Hall of Famer.

Having played with Brees in 2020 and experiencing firsthand the quarterback's skill and leadership, Johnson couldn't help but notice the similarities between Carr and Brees.

Reflecting on his time with Brees, Johnson remarked, "Carr brings that same level of composure and command to the huddle,

drawing the team towards him. It's reminiscent of how Drew conducted the huddle and orchestrated the offense. The similarities are undeniable."

Johnson's breakout performance in 2022, with an impressive 42 receptions for 508 yards and seven touchdowns,

resulted in him securing a lucrative two-year, $12 million contract during free agency.

If Carr's presence in the huddle truly mirrors that of Brees, it bodes well for Johnson and the Saints. The team's upcoming 2023 season will commence with an exciting home game against the Titans.

In summary, Carr's arrival has sparked optimism among the Saints, with his leadership qualities reminiscent of the esteemed Drew Brees.

This comparison brings forth a sense of anticipation and excitement for the season ahead, as the team rallies around their new quarterback and aims for success on the field.