Kurt Warner Injury Was The Beginning To The End Of His Career

NEW ORLEANS - JANUARY 16:  Quarterback Kurt Warner #13 of the Arizona Cardinals looks on as he stands on the field after their 45-14 loss against the New Orleans Saints during the NFC Divisional Playoff Game at Louisana Superdome on January 16, 2010 in New Orleans, Louisiana.  (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
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Keith SavageContributor IJanuary 16, 2010

A Kurt Warner injury isn't the ideal way to end a career. But the Kurt Warner injury today will define his last game, if he does retire this offseason. After today, he cannot pull off that superman expression.

Toward the end of the first half, the Cardinals even had to put seldom-used reserve QB Matt Leinhart into the game. A Kurt Warner injury to his chest late in the second quarter knocked him out of the game. Kurt Warner suffered the injury when, during Will Smith's interception return of one of his errant passes, he was blind-sided by a block. Play Fantasy Sports For Money..CLICK HERE



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