Carson Palmer is an American football player who has a net worth of sixty million. Born Carson Hilton Palmer on December twenty seven, 1979, in Fresno, California, he's a quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals of the National Football League (NFL). Palmer, who was blessed with an unusual size and also arm power for a seventh grader, was enrolled by the dad of his in individual classes in Orange County where he was told by quarterback guru Bob Johnson. To continue the studies of his in the Santa Margarita High School, Carson Palmer had a profitable junior year that fetched him field offers from USC, Notre Dame, Miami and Colorado. Palmer's stellar junior season followed up with an amazing senior season firmly anchored him as one of the most aspiring players ever to come out of Santa Margarita. Then, he joined the college or university football team of the Faculty of Southern California, where he won the Heisman Trophy in 2002. Palmer embarked on a professional career once he was drafted first in general by the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2003 NFL Draft and is selected to 2 Pro Bowls. Throughout 2005, a six year contract extension worth 118.75 million with the Bengals were inked by him. Likewise, he proceeded to play 2 months for the Oakland Raiders before being traded to the Arizona Cardinals in April of 2013. Nowadays, he's considered to be one of the highest payed NFL players of all time.
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