There has been plenty of speculation in recent weeks that the Cincinnati Bengals could make the decision to move from Carson Palmer and trade him to any one of a number of teams that are in need of quarterback help.
Peter King of Sports Illustrated chimed in on the situation by suggesting that the San Francisco 49ers and the Seattle Seahawks could both be interested in acquiring Palmer during the offseason. King mentions that a second or third-round pick could be enough for the Bengals to part with their No. 1 quarterback which isn’t that high of an asking price if you feel that Palmer’s recent struggles were not related to his diminishing skills.
Other teams that are in need of quarterback help include: the Buffalo Bills, Arizona Cardinals, Minnesota Vikings, Miami Dolphins, Oakland Raiders, and possible even the Washington Redskins depending on how they handle Donovan McNabb.