Cardinals' quarterback Carson Palmer retires after 14 NFL seasons
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer has decided to retire after 14 NFL seasons.
Palmer decided to hang 'em up in an open letter where says he will miss his teammates and the "grind" but believes it is time to call it a career. He played just 7 games in 2017 due to a broken arm. Palmer played 14 seasons in the NFL (7 with Cincinnati, 2 with Oakland, 5 with Arizona) where he played in 182 regular season games but made the playoffs just 3 times (4 games).
Palmer finishes his career 12th All-Time in passing yards (46,247) and touchdowns (294). He owns the second-best passer rating (91.1) in Cardinals' history (Kurt Warner) and finished with a 92-91-1 record in the regular season (1-3 in the postseason).
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