PFT: No Change in Relationship Between Bengals and Carson Palmer

Earlier today we reported on a Tweet from former Bengals tackle Willie Anderson that Carson Palmer was coming back to Cincinnati to talk with the team. We were unsure of what that meant for the Bengals and for the team and wondered if it was a sign that Palmer could be trying to come back to the team or if the team was softening its stance on a trade.

However, Pro Football Talk recently wrote that there is no change in the relationship between Palmer and the Bengals and that the differences between the two sides, according to ESPN Cincinnati, are "irreconcilable." 

Apparently, CP representative felt differences are irreconcilable at this point, no more talks with #Bengals front office planned.less than a minute ago via Twitter for iPhone Favorite Retweet Reply

Anderson also Tweeted that he retracted his previous statement:

I told you all I retract my CP Comeback Statement. Sorry! I was told its not happening. The 2 parties just met, and Sadly Its not happeningless than a minute ago via Twitter for BlackBerry® Favorite Retweet Reply

PFT also pointed out that if Palmer did come back, it would likely mean that his younger brother, Jordan Palmer, would be out of a job since the team recently drafted Andy Dalton and signed Bruce Gradkowski.

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