Carson Palmer Wants Off Cincinnati Bengals in the Worst Way

March 2, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Carson Palmer had already made it plain to the Bengals that he wanted out. He told them he wanted a trade.
In January, Bengals owner Mike Brown flatly refused, saying that Palmer was crucial to the team's plans.
Palmer now is ready to quit football entirely if necessary to get off the Bengals.
Palmer obviously feels as if the situation with the Bengals is completely unworkable. He does not think that going back is an option whatsoever.
In a TV report this week, it was reported that Palmer stated he was confident he would never set foot in Paul Brown Stadium again. Palmer made it clear that he has plenty of money in the bank (a reported $80 million) and can live quite comfortably on it for the rest of his life.
He also made it clear that he does not need to play football anymore for the money. He now plays only for the love of playing and wanting to win. So his fight with the Bengals isn't over money. It's because he honestly feels that for whatever reasons&mdas...

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