Palmer passes for 4,000 yards with third team

On Sunday, Carson Palmer of the Arizona Cardinals finished the 2013 season by eclipsing the 4,000-yard mark thereby making him the first quarterback in National Football League history to reach the milestone with three different teams. On Tuesday afternoon, the jersey he wore in the regular season finale against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday, Dec. 29, 2013 arrived at the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Palmer threw for 407 yards versus the 49ers to bring his season yardage total to a career-high 4,274 yards. It was his fourth career 4,000-yard campaign as he hit the mark twice as a member of the Cincinnati Bengals (2006-07) and once with the Oakland Raiders (2012).
He is the third Cardinals QB to pass for 4,000 yards in a season. Neil Lomax accomplished the feat in 1984 followed by Kurt Warner in 2008.
Palmer is one of 49 different QBs in NFL history to reach the milestone mark and one of just six quarterbacks to have done so with more than one team. 
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