Coach Ken Whisenhunt talked Monday about the tests Kurt Warner will undergo to make sure he can play after his apparent concussion, but there has been a sense that Warner would be able to play in Tennessee in a few days. Warner himself said that after the game.
But with Warner working — as usual — at the Cardinals’ annual Feed the Hungry holiday event at the Phoenix Rescue Mission, the quarterback sounded a lot more cautious.
“You always take it one day at a time, especially with a head injury,” Warner said Monday afternoon. “I feel pretty good today. I don’t know if I feel 100 percent right now. So that’s how I approach it. We’re going to be safe and we’re going to make sure I am good to go before I get back out there. But I feel a lot better today than I did yesterday, and that’s progress.”
That doesn’t mean Warner won’t play this week. He’s expected to get his initial baseline test Tuesday. However Warner was feeling, it didn’t stop him from taking part, along with nine other teammates talking and helping the homeless.
“The one thing you realize is it doesn’t take much brainpower to serve,” Warner said.
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