Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said he expects Carson Palmer to announce that he's coming back "real soon."
According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, "those who know them well" believe Carson Palmer and Larry Fitzgerald are "tied at the hip" in terms of their plans to play football in forthcoming seasons.
The Arizona Republic's Kent Somers believes Larry Fitzgerald's decision to return for the 2017 season is a "good sign" Carson Palmer will continue playing.
Carson Palmer denied he has put his home up for sale and moved his family out of Arizona.
The Arizona Republic's Kent Somers and ESPN's Josh Weinfuss both report Carson Palmer has not put his Arizona home up for sale.
FOX Sports 910's Mike Jurecki reports Carson Palmer pulled his kids out of school, put his home up for sale, and moved his family out of Arizona.
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians ultimately expects both Carson Palmer and Larry Fitzgerald to play in 2017.
Carson Palmer indicated that he is hopeful but not committed to playing football in 2017 in a text message to Arizona Central's Dan Bickley.
Based on conversations with GMs and coaches around the league, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Carson Palmer's retirement is a serious possibility.
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians is hopeful Carson Palmer will return in 2017.
Carson Palmer completed 20-of-38 passes for 255 yards with three touchdowns and one interception Sunday in the Cardinals' Week 17 win over the Rams.
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians thinks Carson Palmer's 2016 struggles were mostly due to "injuries and things," and that he's played "extremely well" over the past month.
Carson Palmer completed 16-of-26 passes for 284 yards and a touchdown in the Cardinals' Week 16 win over the Seahawks.
Carson Palmer said, "I expect to play in 2017."