NFL teammates, players and fans react to Carson Palmer’s retirement
After 15 seasons in the NFL and five with the Arizona Cardinals, quarterback Carson Palmer announced his retirement on Tuesday.
Palmer was drafted first overall in the 2003 NFL Draft by the Cincinnati Bengals. Over the course of his career, he finished 12th overall in the NFL for passing yards and touchdowns.
Shortly after his retirement was announced, many took to Twitter to show support for Palmer, congratulating him on his career.
Some of those reactions can be viewed below:
- Cardinals OC swap to Leftwich comes with Rosen, Johnson in mind
- Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen not expected to miss time with toe injury
- What to know about new Cardinals offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich
- Starks: New Cards OC Byron Leftwich can bring concepts from past coaches
- The Cardinals offense under fired OC Mike McCoy: By the numbers