Cardinals RB Beanie Wells missed practice on Wednesday, while WR Larry Fitzgerald participated completely.
Posts Tagged ‘Kurt Warner’
Apparently Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt has seen enough of QB Matt Leinart, now he wants to see what Derek Anderson can do. Anderson will get the start for the Cardinals on Saturday, according to Darren Urban (via Twitter).
Kurt Warner is not walking through that door. Warner made it abundantly clear on NFL Network on Wednesday, chatting with Rich Eisen and Trent Green.
NFL Senior Columnist Vic Carucci pointed out in his Tuesday Huddle that many would be clamoring for Kurt Warner — the Kurt Warner Machine if you will — to come out of retirement to save the Cardinals franchise. Or your fantasy team.
Posted: Saturday, August 14th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Adam Rank, Andre Johnson, Arian Foster, Arizona Cardinals, Bernie Kosar, Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, Gary Kubiak, Gaston Green, Houston Texans, Jahvid Best, Jake Delhomme, Kurt Warner, Otto Graham, Overreaction Theater, Pittsburgh Steelers
WR Andre Johnson needs to be taken off your fantasy football draft board. He is never going to see the field again!
Who are the top fantasy quarterbacks this season? We discuss that on the NFL.com Fantasy Preview Show, which airs tonight at 9 p.m. ET. I’m a little skeptical of Peyton Manning this season, based on the performance of past Super Bowl losers. Take a look at this list.
There will be lengthy debate about QB Kurt Warner when he becomes eligible for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. But surprise, he is already in.
We have not seen the last of Kurt Warner!
Isaac Bruce never said much, but he always let his play do the talking. I hope the Hall of Fame voters recognize how Bruce played the game, because he gets my vote.
Sound the alarm: Kurt Warner was in Chiefs camp Wednesday. What could this mean?
Before Kurt Warner joined NFL Network’s Paul Burmeister in the booth for NFL Network’s Arena Football Friday, the most famous AFL alumn took a quick look back at his AFL career, in which he led the Iowa Barnstormers to consecutive Arena Bowl appearances in 1996-97.
According to chicagobreakingsports.com, Bears QB Jay Cutler will get playbook tips from Kurt Warner, a master of Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz’s scheme.
Posted: Tuesday, March 30th, 2010 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Arizona Cardinals, Dallas Cowboys, Donovan McNabb, Eric Berry, Joey Porter, Kurt Warner, New England Patriots, Oakland Raiders, Philadelphia Eagles, Roy Williams, Super Bowl XXXIX, Tedy Bruschi, Washington Redskins
Donovan McNabb might have choked in Super Bowl XXXIX. But did he really puke, as the story has been told? Hold on for just a second.
Owners should expect Beanie Wells to see a greater role in the Cardinals offense next season, not to mention an increase in fantasy value.