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The Cincinnati Bengals reworked and extended Palmer's contract on Thursday, giving themselves more salary cap flexibility and a chance to keep their franchise quarterback through 2014.
They added six years to a deal that still had three to go, providing Palmer with a chance to make $118.75 million in salary and bonuses over the next nine years. He very well could spend the rest of his career in stripes.
Originally posted by iaclonz
oh yeah I'm sure you are right B.H.N. and he gets enough TV time from whenever ESPN talks about the game that changed the Packers organization forever.