By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
On Wednesday night, the Arizona Cardinals received word that wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald would return for his 14th season with the team. As Fitzgerald decided to return, sources have indicated to The Capital Sports Report that Carson Palmer is expected to return as well.
“No, my house in Arizona is not on the market,” Palmer said in a statement. “And every year we have taken off for offseason family adventures, so there’s nothing to read into there, either.”
Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians said he is hopeful that Palmer would return. He even said it himself that he would return if his body would let him.
The 37-year-old had a bad season, even though his stats indicate differently. He went 6-8-1 as the starter with 4,233 passing yards with 26 touchdowns and 14 interceptions.
The 14 interceptions were the most since the 2013 season — his first-year with the Cardinals after being acquired by the Oakland Raiders in a trade — when he had 22. In the past two seasons, he had 25 interceptions.
He has ben with the Cardinals for the last four seasons. He’s gone 35-17-1 with the team along with 14,804 passing yards with 96 touchdowns and 50 interceptions.
Palmer also spent his first seven-years with the Cincinnati Bengals. Then, he was traded to the Raiders, where he spent two seasons.
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