Carson Palmer named starting quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals

Deepizzaguy By Deepizzaguy, 12th Oct 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/2r-mlt8x/
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The Arizona Cardinals announced on Sunday their starting quarterback will be Carson Palmer. Palmer has recovered from nerve damage to his right shoulder this week.

Carson Palmer will be the starter for the Arizona Cardinals this Sunday

The Arizona Cardinals have announced on Sunday who will be their starting quarterback.Carson Palmer who played in the first week of the 2014 regular football season in the Cardinals win over the San Diego Chargers before he sat out the next three football games due to nerve damage to his right shoulder.
Palmer has recovered from his shoulder this week. Palmer will lead the Cardinals (3-1) who are currently in first place in the National Football Conference Western Division. Their opponent at the University Of Phoenix Stadium will be the Washington Redskins (1-4) who are currently in last place in the National Football Conference Eastern Division.
Palmer is the best quarterback on the Cardinals roster. Palmer will give the Cardinals the best chance to win their football game on Sunday.
Palmer has played in the National Football League since making his debut in 2003 with the Cincinnati Bengals. Palmer has also played football for the Oakland Raiders before he joined the Cardinals in 2013.
In the worst case scenario that Palmer would not be able to play football on Sunday, the Cardinals options to replace Palmer on Sunday in the starting lineup would have been his backup quarterbacks Drew Stanton who has recovered from a concussion injury last Sunday versus the Denver Broncos or rookie quarterback Logan Thomas.

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Arizona Cardinals, Carson Palmer, National Football League, Quarterback

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