Still don't think Carson Palmer's serious about leaving Cincinnati?
According to The Cincinnati Enquirer, the quarterback's five-bedroom, two-story property is on the market for $2.1 million. This comes two months after Palmer demanded a trade from the team that drafted him, saying he'd retire if he wasn't traded.
At last week's owners meetings in New Orleans, Bengals owner Mike Brown maintained that the team does not plan to trade Palmer.
Palmer is a two-time Pro Bowler and has led the Bengals to the playoffs twice. But he tied his career-high with 20 interceptions in 2010, despite having WRs Terrell Owens and Chad Ochocinco. The Bengals finished with a 4-12 record, one season after winning the AFC North.