Former Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer has sold his Paradise Valley house for $2.9 million.
Palmer, who retired early this year after 15 seasons in the NFL, paid $2.67 million cash for the 6,800-square-foot house in 2013, according to real estate records.
The 6-bedroom, 5½-bathroom house near Mummy Mountain has a movie theater, wet bar and plenty of parking with two garages.
Rumors circulated last year that Palmer had listed the house for sale and was leaving the Cardinals. But records show the Paradise Valley estate wasn’t put on the market until March of this year.
Palmer bought the house through a trust named Ellindio, according to real-estate records.
Last December, the football veteran sold a smaller home in Del Mar, Calif., for $5.85 million.
Palmer won the Heisman Trophy while playing for USC. He is a three-time Pro Bowl player who was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals in 2003.
Christopher Zamora bought the Paradise Valley house.