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Now three years since getting his wish, Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer still refuses to say why he wanted out of Cincinnati.
Palmer went into semi-retirement after the Bengals refused to trade him as he requested in 2011.
After two unsuccessful seasons in Oakland, Carson Palmer is settling in for a final stint in Arizona.
But nobody knows what pushed Palmer over the edge.
And he still isn’t talking.
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