Oakland quarterback Carson Palmer did not receive a warm welcome back to Cincinnati this weekend. The Bengals won 34-10, handing the Raiders their fourth loss.
More than the defeat, the two teams also broke into a brawl in the fourth quarter when Oakland was denied a fumble recovery. A Bengals left tackle and two Raiders linemen where thrown out of the game for the fight, KETV reports. Palmer also was booed by Bengals fans every time he stepped on the field.
Palmer was a quarterback for the Bengals from 2003 to 2010, when he requested a trade. He was traded to the Raiders in 2011.