After a two-day hiatus, Bengals starting quarterback Carson Palmer rejoined his team at training camp and participated in a Monday morning practice.
Palmer felt ill Saturday and missed the Bengals' last two sessions. According to a source, he was dealing with flu-like symptoms over the weekend. Backups J.t. O'sullivan and Jordan Palmer took over the duties at quarterback for Cincinnati.
Carson Palmer, who is coming off an elbow injury that cut short his 2008 season, needs all the reps he can get in training camp. He hasn't played in an NFL game since last Oct. 5 as the Bengals finished 4-11-1.