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Jordan Palmer organizes Bengals workouts

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By PFW staff

It's no surprise to read a Bengals quarterback with the last name Palmer is leading the team's offseason workouts. The surprise is when learning which Palmer it is.

With older brother Carson demanding a trade, Cincinnati backup QB Jordan Palmer has been organizing offensive players for a workout next week in California. The younger Palmer told The Associated Press that most of the Bengals' receivers, tight ends and running backs will train next week at Mission Viejo High School.

Carson Palmer has threatened to retire if he is not dealt from the Bengals, leading his brother to prepare this offseason as if he will start in Week One next season. The team has the fourth pick in next week's draft and may select a quarterback.  


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