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Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer has been speaking directly to owner Mike Brown with the trading deadline approaching, but the conversations haven’t helped matters. Mike Lombardi of NFL.com reports that the conversations have been “fruitless.” The two sides reportedly only get “further and further apart” each time. We’re not sure how much further apart you can…
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The trade deadline is Tuesday, and several NFL pundits have speculated that Carson Palmer might be one of the players on the move. In the more informed circles of Bengaldom, however, the conventional wisdom is that Mike Brown won’t budge. While those in the know feel that Brown will trade his former number 1 pick, it [...]
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With the league trade deadline coming next Tuesday, Bengals owner Mike Brown took a moment to reiterate that the team has no interest or intent to trade their former franchise quarterback.
Tuesday afternoon at 4 PM, the NFL trade deadline will end, and most teams are busy working on trade deals to HOPEFULLY improve their current roster.Oakland Raiders might be in DESPERATION MODE, as they're out of a leader in the Quarterback position. As reported earlier this morning, the Raiders are putting their trust and THEIR WINNING SEASON (thus so far) on the back of rookie...
Quarterback Carson Palmer has been in direct contact with Cincinnati Bengals owner Mike Brown, but there has been no change to their current impasse.
NFL Network's Michael Lombardi reported on Saturday that "those phone calls have proven to be fruitless. (With) each phone conversation, they get further and further apart."
The Bengals told ESPN's John Clayton that...
The Cincinnati Bengals will not trade Carson Palmer by Tuesday's NFL trade deadline, according to ESPN.
The cable network's John Clayton reported that Bengals ownership "refuses to budge" on a possible deal for Palmer, who who threatened to retire after last season but is now sitting out the final year of his contract.
Bengals team owner Mike Brown had been adamant...
As the NFL trading deadline looms Tuesday at 4 p.m. ET, the Raiders are attempting to fill a black hole at the NFLs most critical position by approaching Cincinnati about quarterback Carson Palmer according to Jason Cole of Yahoo Sports. According to a source familiar with the teams thinking, the Raiders were trying hard to make a deal for Palmer, although the source highly...
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