In a 2014 file photo, former Fresno State quarterbacks Derek Carr, left, and brother David Carr speak to the media after announcing their endorsement of Educational Employees Credit Union. They’ll share the stage in Modesto at a March 24 event.
In a 2014 file photo, former Fresno State quarterbacks Derek Carr, left, and brother David Carr speak to the media after announcing their endorsement of Educational Employees Credit Union. They’ll share the stage in Modesto at a March 24 event. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA Fresno Bee file
In a 2014 file photo, former Fresno State quarterbacks Derek Carr, left, and brother David Carr speak to the media after announcing their endorsement of Educational Employees Credit Union. They’ll share the stage in Modesto at a March 24 event. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA Fresno Bee file

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