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Reaction to the Arizona Cardinals announcement of Carson Palmer into the Ring of Honor

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The Arizona Cardinals announced on Tuesday they are honoring Carson Palmer at halftime of their September 29th game against the Seattle Seahawks at State Farm Stadium.

Palmer joins 17 other players in the Arizona Cardinals Ring of Honor: Jim Hart, Kurt Warner, Charles W. Bidwill, Sr. (Owner), Jimmy Conzelman (Coach), T Dan Dierdorf, HB John “Paddy” Driscoll, HB/DB Marshall Goldberg, WR Roy Green, CB Dick “Night Train” Lane, HB Ollie Matson, HB Ernie Nevers, S Pat Tillman, HB Charley Trippi, CB Roger Wehrli, CB Aeneas Williams, S Adrian Wilson and S Larry Wilson.

It is interesting to see that Palmer is only the third quarterback in franchise history to make the Cardinals Ring of Honor, joining Jim Hart and Kurt Warner.

It is for this reason that Palmer’s inclusion makes sense, as his numbers for the franchise are very good: Started 60 games, completing 1,373-of-2,197 pass attempts (62.5%) for 16,782 yards, 105 TDs, 57 INTs and a 91.1 passer rating.

Yet, not everyone agrees.

Let’s take a look at what social media and fans are saying about the Arizona Cardinals making Carson Palmer the 18th member of the Ring of Honor.

What do you think? Does Palmer deserve it?