Quarterback Carson Palmer wants out of Cincinnati. The Bengals have said they won’t trade him. Palmer reportedly is willing to retire if he isn’t moved to a new team.
Regardless of how it all plays out, Palmer is taking the dance to the next level. He’s selling his Cincinnati house.
According to Dennis Janson of WCPO, via Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer, Palmer will be putting his house on the market. “He’s not coming back,” an unnamed real estate agent told Janson.
If that’s the case, the Bengals won’t just need an offensive coordinator from the UFL. They’ll possibly need a quarterback from there, too.