The last time Carson Palmer was on an NFL field he was finishing up one of the worst statistical seasons of his eight-year career for the Cincinnati Bengals. Even casual observers could see that Palmer struggled to get velocity on his throws, an issue that had persisted since he started having elbow problems in 2008.
Palmer has insisted in the days following his trade to the Oakland Raiders he's "fully recovered" after rehabbing the injury. Palmer chose then not to have surgery, and after two years of ongoing rehabilitation says his throwing arm "feels as good as it ever has," according to the San Francisco Chronicle.
If Palmer isn't convincing enough, though, there is an eye witness.
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