The Bengals quarterback is about to put his Cincinnati-area home on the market, according to local television station WCPO.
"He's not coming back", according to a real estate agent who talked Wednesday morning with the disenchanted Bengals quarterback.
Recent reports out of Cincinnati say that Palmer, the Bengals quarterback the past eight seasons, has requested a trade and is willing to retire if one is not granted.
Palmer, the No. 1 overall draft pick by the Bengals in 2003, is under contract through 2014 as part of a $97 million extension he signed at the end of the 2005 season.
In the meantime, the Bengals have begun to make signifcant changes to their offense, firing Bob Bratkowski -- the team's offensive coordinator since 2001 -- and hiring Jay Gruden to run the team's offense.