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The Rehabilitation of Carson Palmer
FOUR MONTHS INTO A GRUELING REHAB OF HIS DEVASTATED LEFT KNEE, THE YOUNG BENGALS QB IS IN A RACE AGAINST HIMSELF--TO BE READY FOR THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS ON OPENING DAY
Q+A Carson Palmer
SI: Any rookie hazing? Palmer: Actually, I've been very lucky. But training camp is starting, and I'm going to have to get myself mentally focused for something ...
Handsome is as Handsome Does
We assume the best-looking football players are quarterbacks. (Just look at the actors who portray them.) But is it really so? You can run the numbers on this ... And guess what, pretty boys?
Successor's Story USC's Matt Leinart looks prepared to pick up where Heisman winner Carson Palmer left off
Heisman-winning quarterback Carson Palmer? Led by the poised. Leinart, who completed 17 of 30 passes for 192 yards, a touchdown and no interceptions in ...
Hand Him The Heisman With a stellar showing against Notre Dame, USC's Carson Palmer proved he deserves college football's most coveted award
So Palmer checked down to his third read, hittingtight end Alex Holmes for a ... rout of the Fighting Irish, USC senior quarterback Carson Palmer
THE 50 SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN
Feb 11, 2016 ... 13, Carson Palmer moved his weight to his back (right) foot, poised to throw. Finding no open receivers, he shifted the weight to his front (left) ...
Irish Stew How strong academic requirements, a suicidal schedule and an unproven coach have taken the fight out of Notre Dame
Carson Palmer, a 6'4", 205-pound quarterback at Santa Margarita High in Southern California, had attended the Irish football camp in the summer of '97. "I fell in ...
The Best of Carson
That's what the 4--0 Bengals are getting from Carson Palmer, who--thanks to a powerful arm, a cool head and a strong supporting cast--has emerged as the NFL's hottest young quarterback
Tom Brady As You Forgot Him
Before he became the premier postseason performer of his generation, the Patriots icon was a middling college quarterback who invited skepticism, even scorn, from fans and his coaches. That was all—and that was everything
HARDEST, RISKIEST, TOUGHEST, GREATEST Job in Sports
That would be quarterback in the NFL, of course. So what does it take to make it? SI gathered five of the league's elite young players at the position, opened up the notebook and let them tell us