Carson Palmer didn't throw a pass in practice last week, then had one of the best passing games of his career.

The Arizona Cardinals quarterback won't try that this week.

Palmer said before practice Wednesday that he planned to throw some in preparation for the Cardinals' game at Tennessee on Sunday.

Last Sunday, despite a sore elbow that had made him questionable for the game, Palmer completed 27 of 32 passes in Arizona's 30-10 victory over St. Louis. The 84.4 completion percentage was the highest of his career and second-highest in franchise history.

The only Cardinal to do better was Kurt Warner, who completed an NFL-record 92.3 percent — 24 of 26 — against Jacksonville in 2009.


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