Former All-Pro and five-time Pro Bowl quarterback Carson Palmer enjoyed an impressive 15-year NFL career. Palmer went 38-21-1 during his final five seasons with the Arizona Cardinals, which included leading the team to a 31-3 record and a spot in the NFC Championship Game during an MVP-caliber 2015 season. For his efforts, Palmer set a franchise record with 35 touchdowns and was named All-Pro Second Team. Palmer spent five years with the Cardinals after two seasons with the Oakland Raiders and eight with the Cincinnati Bengals. The 2002 Heisman Trophy winner, Palmer holds numerous Bengals’ single-season records including completions, touchdowns, passing yards, touchdown passes in a game, highest passer rating and the team’s all-time best completion percentage. The No. 1 pick in the 2003 NFL Draft out of the University of Southern California, Palmer set numerous USC all-time records and won numerous honors in addition to the Heisman Trophy, including Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, Player of the Year by The Sporting News and CNN/SI, and First-Team All-America from the Associated Press, Football Writers Association, CBS Sportsline and ESPN.