Saints quarterback Derek Carr gifts his wide receivers custom diamond-encrusted chains and Rolexes from New Jersey renowned jeweler for Christmas

  • The Saints are 7-8 with two games remaining against Tampa Bay and Atlanta
  • Carr joins a growing list of quarterbacks who spent big on gifts this Christmas
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New Orleans Saints quarterback Derek Carr didn't hesitate to spend money on his wide receivers' Christmas presents.

On Sunday, TMZ reported that Carr spends money on getting custom necklaces and Rolex watches for his catchers at Labelle Jewelry's famed Al the Jeweler in Totowa, New Jersey.

Chris Olave and Rashid Shaheed both reportedly received frozen watches, while others received chains.

It is said that Michael Thomas will also receive a present. However, Carr's camp has reportedly not disclosed what he is gifted.

Carr and Al have a long-standing business relationship. Before Carr left the Las Vegas Raiders last year, he ordered pendants from Al for Maxx Crosby and Davante Adams, personalized with their numbers.

Saints quarterback Derek Carr reportedly bought custom Rolexes and chains for his receivers

Carr and the Saints are 7-8 this season with games against Tampa Bay and Atlanta remaining

Carr and the Saints are 7-8 this season with games against Tampa Bay and Atlanta remaining

Teammates weren't the only ones to receive the expensive accessories. Carr's family was also taken care of: they were each given a piece of a frozen puzzle that together form one large piece.

Carr joins a growing list of NFL stars who have thanked teammates for their on-field efforts with expensive gifts.

Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence and Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes both presented their offensive linemen with custom golf carts.

On the other hand, Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson bought his offensive linemen Louis Vuitton bags for Christmas.

The Saints are currently 7-8 in second place in the NFC South this season. Carr and teammates can enjoy the holidays from home after being left out of a series of teams with games on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

New Orleans concludes the season with a game against the Buccaneers on January 31 and the Falcons on January 7.