Found October 27, 2011 on Pro Football Zone:
According to Les Carpenter of Yahoo Sports,  Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis has come out and stated that quarterback Carson Palmer quit on his team last season. “At some point last year he decided he didn’t want to be here,” Lewis said. “This didn’t happen at the end of the season. There was a point [...]

Carson Palmer speaks about Carson Palmer

Some call the former Cincinatti Bengals quarterback's decision to give up the NFL rather than play with the team as a selfish move. Some see Carson Palmer's decision as him just wanting to win and needed a new scenery for that to happen. Plus, he has always really hate the state of Ohio. After he made the decision before the 2011 NFL draft to leave the Bengals one way...

Raiders QB Palmer sees no room for T.O.

If Terrell Owens does find a new employer this season, it's unlikely he'll be catching passes from a former teammate. Oakland Raiders quarterback Carson Palmer said he can't envision Owens being on the receiving end of his passes for a second straight season. “The problem is that for him to get here there’s not anybody that we could let go," Palmer said referring...

Must-Read Piece From Yahoo On Dalton, Palmer, Bengals

There are great stories ... and then there are must-read pieces like this one from Yahoo on the new-look Bengals led by Andy Dalton and how Carson Palmer quit on the team during the season last year. Yes, you read that correctly: Palmer didn't decide after the 2010 season that he was done in Cincinnati; he made his intentions known while there were still games left to be played...
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