Palmer's pact with Bengals includes loyalty clause
It took years of on-field deeds for Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer, the reigning Heisman Trophy winner from Southern California, to merit the $10.01 million signing bonus he recently received as the first player selected in the 2003 draft.
It might take just a few words, however, to lose the eight-figure jackpot.
The contract that Palmer signed with Cincinnati three days before the draft, a six-year deal that could be worth as much as $49 million according to NFL Players ...
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