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Kurt Warner Sent Brownies To Teams That Beat the Arizona Cardinals?

NEW ORLEANS - JANUARY 16:  Kurt Warner #13 of the Arizona Cardinals kneels and prays with players from both the Cardinals and the New Orleans Saints after the Saints won 45-14 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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Greg EspositoContributor IIFebruary 3, 2010

Originally posted on Phoenix.Fanster.com

There isn’t many people who would deny that former Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner   is a good guy. But it turns out he may be nicer than any of us ever thought.

According to the blog Ask Alyssa All Things PR/Marketing on the Fairytale Brownies website (I’ll scour the Internet to find a good source), Warner is amazingly nice even in defeat.

First, we want to thank Kurt Warner  for being a Fairytale Brownies Fan. He sent congratulations brownies to Saints coach Sean Payton after the team won against the Cardinals in the NFC divisional playoffs, and then sent another brownie box to him after the Saints beat the Vikings. Thank you, Kurt, for spreading the brownie love!

Sending brownies to the coach of the team that not only knocked your team out of the playoffs but also knocked you out of the game (and league some would argue)? That’s just saintly. And he did it not once, but twice!

The only way most athletes would even consider sending brownies to a foe is if they’re laxative laced or of the “special” variety just days before a league drug test.

It’s unclear whether this was a one-time thing, or if Warner has extended similar niceties to others who have knocked his teams out of the playoffs.

Reason No. 75,353 why Kurt Warner is a great guy.

But you’ve gotta wonder, exactly how many brownies do you send someone for winning the Super Bowl ? I guess I’ll have to “ask Alyssa” next week if the Saints beat the Colts.

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