Today in Sports History: February 10

Carson Palmer of the Cincinnati Bengals was awarded MVP at the 2007 NFL Pro Bowl which took place in Honolulu, Hawaii at the Aloha Stadium. The AFC beat the NFC, 31-28. 

Palmer had completed 8 of 17 passes, averaging a 121.1 passer rating, throwing for 190 yards, and completed two touchdown passes that were 72 and 42 yards. 

Throughout his career, Palmer played for the Cincinnati Bengals from 2003-10, the Oakland Raiders from 2011-12, and the Arizona Cardinals from 2013-17. In 15 seasons he was named to three Pro Bowl teams in 2006, 2007, and 2016, the NFL Alumni Quarterback of the Year in 2006, the FedEx Air Player of the Year in 2006 and 2016, and the AFC Player of the Year in 2006. 

After the 2017 season, Palmer retired with 182 regular-season games, and 46,247 completed passing yards. He threw 294 completed touchdowns, and had 187 interceptions. He also rushed for a total of 474 yards scoring 8 touchdowns. 


Related articles



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Share article