CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer has accepted an offer to buy his Indian Hill home, another indication that he may be on his way out of Cincinnati.
Palmer's home on Whisperinghill Drive went on the market in March, and according to the Comey and Shepherd Realtors website, is now under contract.
Palmer was asking $2.1 million for the home, which features a gourmet kitchen, solarium, pool, spa and golf green.
The Bengals quarterback had reportedly made threats that he wanted to be traded away from the team, or he would retire.
There has been no official word from the Bengals on Palmer's future, but the team did draft TCU quarterback Andy Dalton as a possible replacement.