The Arizona Cardinals' recent minicamp ended early. Coach Bruce Arians gave his team a break on the final day of the session due to the team's outstanding performance.
While several players stood out, QB Carson Palmer's performance was arguably the most important and most impressive.
Palmer managed to practice at full speed just seven months after suffering a torn ACL.
Now, Palmer will look to continue his recovery and be ready for training camp in July and ultimately the regular-season opener in September.
Luckily for Arizona, Palmer is a quick healer and is on track to be the team's starter under center come the start of the 2015 campaign.
Cardinals Minicamp Ends Early
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