What I Want to Know from Matt Leinart

Zach RosenthalContributor IMay 27, 2009

TAMPA, FL - FEBRUARY 01:  Quarterback Matt Leinart #7 of the Arizona Cardinals looks on against the Pittsburgh Steelers during Super Bowl XLIII on February 1, 2009 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.  (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

Although he may not enter the season as the Cardinals starting quarterback, Matt Leinart could still play a pivotal role with team should an injury to the incumbent Kurt Warner occur.

Leinart, now in his fourth season, has plenty of unanswered questions to answer as he has been noticeably absent from the public eye for the better part of this last year.

1. What was successful for you in your rookie year, when you won four out of six to end the season?

2. Why do you think your successes from 2006 did not carry over into 2007?

3. Was Ken Whisenhunt's offense more difficult to grasp than Dennis Green's?

4. Are you the starting quarterback for the Cardinals in 2008 if it wasn't for the three-interception performance in the preseason game in Oakland?

5. What has been the toughest part about watching the better part of the last two seasons from the sidelines?

6. Describe the experience gained by learning from a veteran like Kurt Warner.

7. How have you changed as a player and as a person from 2006 until now?

8. How is your relationship with Whisenhunt?

9. Do you still believe your future is with the Cardinals?

10. How would you assess the team's offseason and do you like the team's chances in 2009?


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