Despite enduring a torn ACL in the 2014 season, Arizona Cardinals quarterback is reportedly ahead of schedule…
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer finally had everything going his way after years of frustration and disappointment with the Cincinnati Bengals and Oakland Raiders.
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Palmer had injured his shoulder early in the season, but he returned a few weeks and continued to lead the Cardinals to wins as he accumulated a 6-0 record in his starts this season.
However, his season came to an end with a torn ACL just a couple of days after he and signed a three-year, $50 million contract extension.
Luckily, general manager Steve Keim has expressed his optimism that Palmer can get back on track. “He’s awesome. He came in, I believe it was yesterday and I talked to him at length, he’s more energized than ever and he’s looked fantastic,” Keim said to ArizonaSports.com.
The Cardinals were able to limp to an 11-5 record despite a load of injuries, so they have to feel confident heading into 2015 if Palmer and the rest of the team can stay healthy.