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Cincinnati left tackle Andrew Whitworth, and Oakland defensive linemen Tommy Kelly and Lamarr Houston, were ejected following a brawl in the fourth quarter of the Bengals vs. Raiders game.

The brawl began with 7:16 left in the fourth quarter.

But it wasn’t the only bad thing that happened.

Cincinnati Bengals fans booed Raiders quarterback Carson Palmer each time he took the field.

It was Palmer’s first trip to Cincinnati’s Paul Brown Stadium since the Bengals traded him to Oakland last year.

Cincinnati won 34-10.

 

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