Arizona Cardinals QB Carson Palmer returned to the field this week. Palmer, who's rehabbing a torn ACL worked out with two of his primary wide receivers - Larry Fitzgerald and Michael Floyd.
Palmer threw short, intermediate and deep passes acting as the Cardinals' starting quarterback for the first time since suffering the devastating knee injury last season.
Following the injury, Palmer's long-term future in Arizona was in doubt, but due to his progressing rehab, he appears to be in line to be ready for action come this fall.
Palmer, of course, had just signed a three-year, $50 million contract extension just days before suffering the injury so the Cardinals are thankful to see him back in action.
Carson Palmer works out with Cardinals WRs
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