CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - Sources tell FOX19 that Carson Palmer is preparing to put his house in Indian Hill up for sale.
The house is scheduled to be put up for sale on March 1. According to the Hamilton County Auditor, his house is worth around $2 million.
Recently, the Bengals quarterback had reportedly made threats that he wanted to be traded away from the team, or that he would retire. Listing his house for sale could be seen as a way to make good on those threats.
Wednesday, former Bengals player Artrell Hawkins wrote on his Twitter, "Just talked to some of Carson's old teammates who say he is retiring for sure if a trade doesn't happen..."
Meanwhile, reaction to the potential sale of Carson's mansion came quickly. 700 WLW's Lance McAlister says he things its the latest in a series of calculated moves by the quarterback.
"If you're Mike Brown, I don't know why you want to make this a battle of wills. If he doesn't want to be here, what company keeps an employee who doesn't want to be here?" said McAlister.
Former Bengal Ken Anderson hoped something could be worked out.
"I don't know a whole lot about the situation, but I am very hopeful that he's going to come back and have great years with the Bengals ahead," said Anderson.