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Carson Palmer wore the most ridiculous outfit during Cardinals warmup

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If you watched All or Nothing, the excellent documentary that followed the fortunes of the Arizona Cardinals last year, you will know about the weekly quarterback competition.

At the end of practice on a particular day, the Cardinals quarterbacks - and star cornerback Patrick Peterson - attempt to lob a football into a trash can a fairly long distance away.

It's all fairly harmless competition, except for the loser, who has to wear an outfit that is completely chosen by the winners. Well, Carson Palmer lost this week, and the costume he had to wear was absolutely incredible.


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Prior to the Cardinals game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Palmer came out for warmups in a full Stay Puft Marshmallow Man outfit. And it wasn't even a good one. Just take a look at the video below and marvel in how bad it is.

That is the most dollar store costume I have ever seen. It looks like a child made it, and not a talented child either.

Thankfully for Palmer, he managed to save his reputation by guiding the Cardinals to a monster 40-7 win over the Buccaneers.

The veteran gunslinger finished the game by going an impressive 18-of-31 passing for 308 yards and three touchdowns, with no interceptions. Maybe the Marshmallow man costume should could be worth a shot.

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