"It's very, I guess user-friendly would be the right word," Palmer said after the first day of voluntary workouts, according to The Associated Press. "There's a lot on film to watch, plenty of texts in the playbooks and diagrams, pictures.
"It is easy to learn. It's not easy, but some systems you get in, it's difficult to learn because there's not a lot of history, but with this, there's a ton of history with this offense and this offense being successful, so it is an easy offense to get used to."
Arians isn't shy about putting the load on the quarterback. He didn't ease Luck into the system as a rookie and won't do it with Palmer. The Cardinals have 75 percent of the offense already installed, but they only worked 15 percent Tuesday. Arians runs an aggressive system that pushes the ball downfield. There's no simple dink-and-dunk.
"I'm getting my feet wet, but for being three weeks into a playbook and having a playbook to take home and film to watch what coach Arians did last year, it's a phenomenal system," Palmer said. "It's been very productive, won Super Bowls. He's coached against the best and for the best, and I'm excited to keep installing and get deeper and deeper into the book."