Bengals back to even as Palmer comes to town
CINCINNATI (AP) — The Bengals are back to break-even as they get ready for a reunion that they'd rather not even discuss.
Carson Palmer will be back in town this weekend.
The franchise quarterback led the Bengals to a pair of playoff appearances before giving up on the team and demanding a trade. After several months of bitter standoff, the Bengals (5-5) finally obliged, sending him to the Oakland Raiders during the 2010 season for draft picks.
He'll get a chance at Paul Brown Stadium on Sunday to derail the Bengals' two-game push back into playoff contention.