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Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic expects to see the Cardinals show interest in QB Carson Palmer if the Raiders decide to part ways with him in the next few weeks.
Somers adds that the Cardinals donât appear to be targeting a quarterback in the first-round, but could look to add someone later in the draft.
âI think all speculators look at need and not the draft board,â said Head Coach Bruce Arians. If you draft for need, youâre in trouble. Just because you need one you donât take one. If thereâs a better player there whoâs going to help your football team. If thereâs a quarterback who fits the spot in the draft that you put him at, that fits the value, then you take one.â
Arizona signed Drew Stanton a few weeks ago with the intention of allowing him to compete for the starting job. Palmer could be a good fit in Ariansâ offense, but their offensive line would really need to holdup next season if Carson is indeed under center.
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It was reported earlier today that Carson Palmer isnât willing to restructure his contract to help the Oakland Raiders.
If the Raiders decide to keep Palmer, heâll account for over $15 million against the cap in 2013. Â If he ends up getting released heâll account for just over $9 million, but the Raiders will save $6 million per Steve Corkran of the Contra Costa Times.
Job security isn't usually a topic of thought for a team's most established player.Â Aside from Oakland Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski, quarterback Carson Palmer has the most impressive resume of any member of the silver and black.However, his name has been thrown around in recent months regarding his future in Oakland.Palmer had a solid 2012 season.Â He passed for...
"As noted Monday, it's possible that we may have seen the last of Carson Palmer in an Oakland Raiders uniform, as it's "highly unlikely" that the QB will take a pay cut, according to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. The Raiders now have three options: hang on to Palmer and pay him his $13 million for 2013, trade him or release him (ESPN)."
With quarterback Carson Palmer âhighly unlikelyâ to accept a
pay cut from the Oakland Raiders â according to Adam Schefter of ESPN â it looks
more likely that the team will elect to part ways with the veteran. If that
happens, the Arizona Cardinals could be one of the teams to express interest in
Palmer, according to Pro Football Talk.
Interesting: now "highly unlikely...
According to ESPNâs Adam Schefter, itâs highly unlikely quarterback Carson Palmer is willing to restructure his contract, which means the Raiders will be forced to pay him $13 million in 2013, or cut him.
I got the feeling the Raiders will end up parting ways with Palmer and drafting Geno Smith with the third overall pick of next monthâs draft.
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Raiders QB Carson Palmer has been a potential pay cut candidate for the Raiders. It doesnât look as if thatâs going to happen. Adam Schefter has the news:
Interesting: now âhighly unlikelyâ Carson Palmer will be willing to restructure his contract meaning OAK pays him $13 million or cuts him.
â Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 25, 2013
Palmer is due $13 million in...
Yesterday, Adam Schefter caused a stir with Raiders fans by tweeting that it was âhighly unlikelyâ that QB Carson Palmer would be willing to restructure his contract.
This likely means that the Raiders had asked Palmer, through his agent, to take a paycut for 2013, something that most players are adverse to doing.
There was much discussion about what this meant for the...
Either the Terrelle Pryor era is about to start or the Raiders will draft a young quarterback. Â Only thing that is certain is that Carson Palmer era seems ready to come to an end.
Adam SchefterÂ is reporting that Palmer is highly unlikely to restructure his deal with the Raiders, therefor ensuring his release sometime in the near future, or the Raiders being willing to pay him ...
ESPNâs Mike SandoÂ tosses out Seahawks QBÂ Matt FlynnÂ as a speculative option for the Raiders if they do in fact release QBÂ Carson PalmerÂ in the next few weeks.
âIf Palmer left the Raiders, Oakland could be in the market for a quarterback such as âŚ SeattleâsÂ Matt Flynn? Raiders general managerÂ Reggie McKenzieÂ was in Green Bay when Flynn was there,â writes Sando.Â...