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Warner will have press conference Friday UPDATE

Posted by Darren Urban on January 27, 2010 – 12:45 pm

UPDATE IV: Kurt Warner’s agent has confirmed to the Associated Press that a press conference is scheduled for Friday for Warner to discuss his future.

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Multiple outlets are reporting Kurt Warner will have a press conference Friday here at the team facility, something I wouldn’t be surprised about but something not yet confirmed. Most reports also says Warner is expected to retire. Again, we’ll see on this. I wouldn’t be shocked with the news either way. I’ll update this if I get any further info.

UPDATE: As of now, the Cardinals have not announced any Warner press conference plans or any details. UPDATE II: Kent Somers has a little bit more info here after talking to Warner’s agent, saying the presser will “probably” be Friday. UPDATE III: And Clark Judge keeps everyone guessing a little longer, eh?


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70 Responses to “Warner will have press conference Friday UPDATE”

  1. By CARDSFAN1178124 on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    LEINART!!!!!!!!!

  2. By Logan Cooper on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    I would bet that seeing brett favre massacred out on the field Sunday helped his decision…..or at least brendas.

  3. By Barbara wurzbach on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    Sad day if he retires!

  4. By Tbru on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    a press conference, that indeed sounds like the end. Not often I get sad when a players career comes to an end but Kurt is the of the classiest individuals to ever wear a uniform. Kurt has been a hero to me both on and off the field. The ring of Honor and Canton await. Best wishes Mr Warner and thank you.

    Hopefully Kurt will remain with the team preferably as a QB coach. If this is indeed retirement please please don’t go all Favre on us.

  5. By Brandon on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    Dont do it Kurt! You have minimum 2 very good years left!

  6. By Mike"Pay Q" on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    If true, a sad, sad day for Cards fans. I can not contemplate this team next year without Warner, Berry, Dansby, and Boldin. Arguably the best 4 leaders on this team all possibly gone in one offseason.

  7. By Maria on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    I agree with Logan. It does appear that, to our regrets, Kurt is retiring. And I do believe that his final decision came to be after he saw Favre take that physical beating on Sunday. And the look on Deanna Favre’s face was the same one that was on Brenda Warner’s face when Kurt took that beating in New Orleans a few weeks ago.

    Great man. Great career. He made Arizona proud, and gave us WAY more than we were ever expecting. Matty, I hope you learned a lot from Kurt these last few years because come Sept., you’ve got to put the big boy shoes on now!

  8. By Rod on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    Thank you Kurt and God Bless. You are among the greats–player and man! So time to break out all those pink Leinart jerseys we “used to see” at the games!

    I still think Matt is a gamer if he gets a fair chance and his mobility may keep him alive…

  9. By azcardsfans on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    Please Warner 1 more year! Leinarts not ready. We can make it to the SB next year with Warner I know it!

  10. By Brandon on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    Of all the players we possibly can lose this offseason Kurt is obviously #1 in terms of hurting the team, followed by Dansby. Berry can be replaced next year by Cody Brown, and even w/o Boldin we still have a good receiving core.

    Darren are there any playmaking linebackers that the Cardinals could be looking at with the first pick?

  11. By Paul on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    I would have someone trail Dick Vermeil on Thursday. I’m sure that Kurt would want him at the press conference on Friday if he is indeed calling it a career.

  12. By Angel on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    I feel that the whole of Arizona will feel the sadness of the day Warner retires, he has brought this city’s football hope back from the ashes, and he will surely be missed. There will never be a better Cardinals qb than Warner. We love you!

  13. By darrenurban on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    Brandon —

    Honestly, I don’t really get to know the potential draft picks until I go to the combine in late February. Until then, they are all just names on a list to me.

  14. By BDMag on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    Even though this hurts, it really shouldn’t be a surprise. Kurt seems to have much more in his life outside football than players like Favre.

    But when he does leave don’t expect him to coach. It’s not happening. When he’s done with football, he’s done with football. All the best sir. Thanks for all you have done for this franchise.

  15. By Brian on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    My family love WARNER! When I talk to my son about sportsmanship and role models he tells me all about how Kurt Warner is his role model. What ever you decide Kurt, thanks for what you have done here in Arizona. We stand behind you in whatever decision you make.

  16. By MIKE CHRISTIE on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    If this is the end, then thank you very much Kurt. You have shown there is more to football than just playing the game, and when you did play, you were the best. Good luck in whatever you do after football.

    GO CARDS!!!!!

  17. By azcardsfan22 on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    he is definatley gonna retire he wouldn’t call a press conference to say he is not gonna retire

  18. By Michael Shepp on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    Thanks Coach Green!

    Dockett, Dansby, Fitz, Q, Antrel and a host of others are the core Cardinal players we have today.

    Now it’s Matts time to shine and he will!!

    Thanks Dennis Green for leaving this team with a solid core of players!

  19. By CYCLONE RAM on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    As a native Iowan and Rams fan it will be very sad to see one of the classiest players ever retire. Kurt brought hope back to 2 dormant franchises. When he played against the Rams I always wished him a good game.

    Good luck and God Bless!

  20. By Billy Thomas on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    The retirement of Kurt Warner. This is a day I’ve feared for awhile. He is a great player and a great man. I can’t even imagine football without Kurt Warner on my fantasy team and without him on the Cardinals field each week. I will miss his presence greatly, not just as a player, but as a role model.

    Darren- Is there any realistic chance that he is calling this press conference on Friday to say he is coming back next year in order to take the questioning off of him while in Miami, or are we all just indulging in false hopes until we hear the official announcement? Every newspaper seems to guarantee his retirement, but your blog tends to give him an option, which is why I ask.

  21. By Mike Teske on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    When Warner retires this season or the next I believe in Matt. He didn’t look super when he did play this year but I feel he looked pretty solid for a guy who didn’t get the practice time in. Spending the time under Kurt and getting the chance to grow up a bit and learn the game outside of the spotlight should have helped a lot and I’m excited to see what he can bring to the table when he has the chance to lead the team. I’m a huge Warner fan and will be sad to see him leave but we all know its been coming and should feel lucky we got one more post season run.

  22. By darrenurban on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    Billy —

    Sure, there is a realistic chance of that happening. Given the circumstances, I don’t believe it’s a likely chance, but would I be shocked if Kurt stood up there and said, “Thanks for coming, I wanted to let everyone know 2010 is going to be my final year playing in the NFL” at the presser? No.

  23. By JP on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    Kurt’s done, and I feel privileged to have watched his last game in Glendale. What a HoF performance it was. Took my 11 year old son, and I know he will always remember it.
    You can’t underestimate what Warner meant to the Card’s journey from the joke of the league to the top of the NFC. Hopefully the Organization will find a way to somehow keep in the fold.
    Darren, has there been a more important player in the Cardinal’s history, at least while they have been in Arizona?

  24. By ndpenner on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    He isn’t gone yet…Regardless, Kurt’ll never be forgotten here. :)

  25. By darrenurban on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    JP —

    More important? Off the top of my head, it’d be hard to argue anyone else.

  26. By Gags on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    Jerry Hughes is a name to remember, or Pierre-Paul. Expect OLB or OT 1st round

  27. By dan phillips on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    LEINART Are you crazy ? I am done with cardinals Warner was the reason I will not get the directv
    football package .

  28. By Dave NJ on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    Kurt…just think of the impact that leaving too soon and never knowing will mean? Why second guess an early exit, when you can have farewell tour, plus thionk of all the good that $$ could do to your causes. It IS NOT TIME!

  29. By JP on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    Darren, I have been a Cards fan and season ticket holder since they arrived in the Valley(except for a few of the worst years in Tempe, when I got disgusted and let the tickets go for awhile). I can’t think of any player who had a greater contribution to the Franchise. The combination of Warner and Wisenhunt was magic. Losing Warner means it is all the more imperative to hang on to Wiz.

  30. By Wes on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    If he really does retire they should make January 29th Kurt Warner Day here in Arizona.

  31. By dan "Bodybuilding" phillips on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    Hey Cardinals I just had a awesome Idea.

    1) offer warner a huge donation to first things first to stay

    2)OR THIS Draft QB Tim Tebow Hire Warner as QB Coach .
    Since their both awesome chirstians they will Jell together.

  32. By Billy Thomas on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    Well I also became a Cardinals fan because of Kurt Warner, over the years I’ve grown to really enjoy watching all of the Cardinals players. They’re the only team in which I knew every starter’s name, even when I was a Bills fan (I’m from Buffalo). While I’m not a Matt Leinart fan, because he’s not nearly as classy as Kurt is, and I think he’s too snotty, if he could replicate the magic he had at USC, this team could look great for years. And look on the bright side, if he fails, his contract is only for another 2 years (I think). But I still want Kurt back (Hope he’s reading this blog! :) Not that it would affect His decision.

  33. By Cards24fan on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    I pray many blessings on Kurt and his family. However,I don’t want him to retire!

    If Warner does retire I have confidence that Matt, given all year to prepare, would be ready and able to lead this team next season.

    Love you Kurt but please remain a Cardinals for one more year!

  34. By newtman on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    I`m gonna miss you Kurt,Thanks for the Good Times
    you have left some monster footsteps for Matt to fill
    If he can fill half of them we will be good

  35. By Ottis Anderson Fan on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    I know this won’t make anyone feel any better if Kurt does indeed retire, but if he does, the Cards will have a little over 10 million dollars in cap room freed up which I’m guessing could be used to to extend Dockett or make one last run at Dansby.

  36. By Chris on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    Kurt has many good years of football left,hes still at the top of his game..why in the world would he retire!! Whats he going to do for the next 30 years if he retires ..sit around the house…..how boring would that be!?

  37. By Billy Thomas on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    Well if Warner does retire, I’m sure Leinart will be angry when he sees more #13’s in the stands than #7’s, and I would not be surprised to see more Warner jerseys than Leinart ones in the stadium!

  38. By Heksolson on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    Thanks for everything mr. Warner, you did an unforgettable sort of things for us; but I agree that your health is the main thing! You have nothing to prove, thanks from a mexican Cardinal fan!!

    Now, supprt Matt!! He is gonna be our QB and will show what he is capable to do with this championship team; the new era will begin soon and we just have to forget about the past and keep on cheering our beloved red birds, GO CARDINALS!! GO MATT LEINART!! THANKS WARNER!!

  39. By Michael on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    I have loved Kurt Warner and his game since 1999. His play has given me more pleasure than any other player I can remember. He always left everything on the field, was always a great teammate and leader. His passion and love for the game raised the play of everyone around him. He was short changed in St. Louis yet treated them grace. He is a man’s man. Football will not be the same without Kurt Warner but the world is a better place for seeing, week after week, how is is supposed to be done. Godspeed to you and yours Mr. Warner. Thanks for everything.

  40. By kauaicardsfan on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    http://www.nfl.com/news/story?id=09000d5d81602aca&template=with-video-with-comments&confirm=true

    This was posted on NFL.com about Kurt retiring.

    If he does leave, he will be missed! Such a class Act on and off the field!

  41. By Steve on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    I would love to see Warner agree to stay on with the Cards in some capacity. Warner as a O cordinator in a few years may be a little too scary though..can you say 90% pass to run?

    I like two earlier post, he is the best thing to ever happen in AZ.

    Warner and Boldin leaving give the Cards money to work on nine-0 and Danby. As a TCU grad, I hope Jerry Hughes falls to the Cards but I don’t see it happening.

  42. By Peter in Canada on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    Maybe I’m incredibly naive but I don’t think it impossible that he might say that since he’s under contract for 2010 he will play out his contract and will then DEFINITELY retire.

    If he is retiring then I’m in agreement with the bloggers that he is as great a man professionally and personally who has ever played the game. Like all the others I wish him nothing but the best in retirement.

    Leinart should be given a chance. He will never be a Warner but I don’t see that he can not be effective. He had no opportunity in the last two years and his statistics, considering he was a relative novice with a bad team in front of him when he played regularly should be discounted.

  43. By Chuck Anderson on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    ONE MORE YEAR!!!!!!!!!!!ONE MORE YEAR!!!!!!!!!!!!ONE MORE YEAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!ONE MORE YEAR!!!!!!!!!!!!ONE MORE YEAR!!!!!!!!!!!!ONE MORE YEAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  44. By darrenurban on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    Steve —

    As I have pointed out many, many, many, many times, Warner will not be coaching after his playing days are over. It holds no interest for him.

  45. By John Lesniak on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    Well you whats been said over and over again, All good things come to an end. Kurt I”d love to see #13 jersey on the field next season. Anyway Thank You Sir Kurt for everything that you done for Arizona Cardinal Football.

    Matt You need to get ready!

  46. By michelle gregory on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    NNNOOOO!!!NOOOO!!!!!!! DONT DO IT! i HAVE WATCHED WARNER SINCE HIS DAYS PLAYING IN ST.LOUIS. THEY MADE A BIG MISTAKE FOR LETTING HIM GO. HE IS A GREAT ROLE MODEL AND MEANS SOOO MUCH TO THE CARDS!!! I DONT THINK THAT LINART WILL B EABLE TO TAKE THE TEAM ANY WHERE BUT BACFK TO THE NOTHING THAT THEY WERE BEFORE. i WAS NOT IMPRESSED ANYTME I SAWHIM PLAY THIS YEAR. IF WARNER GOES NOW IT WILL BE TOOO SOOON THIS TEAM IS SOOO CLOSE TO ACTUALLY WINIING A SUPERBOWL!!! THAT WILL ALL BE GONE IF HE RETIRES EVEN WITH FITZGERALD,HIGHTOWER AND THE OTHERS AND HE NOWS THAT…PLEASE DONT GOOOO!!! IAM ALREADY SAD ABOUT THE LOSS TO THE SAINTS ICANT TAKE ANYMORE!!!

  47. By Scott Hornberger on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    Well, so much for hoping…this is really sad. If nothing else, I wish he would have taken more time to ponder his decision. With the decision coming this soon, it’s pretty clear his mind was already made up. I just can’t believe that the same guy I saw leading the Cardinals against the Packers just a few weeks ago can walk away from the game right now. He may have never looked better in his whole career than he did that day. The man I saw that day was full of passion, intensity, and determination. And we’re supposed to believe that he is walking away because his passion for the game is gone??? Kurt has said that you never want to stay too long but you never want to leave to soon, either. Well…based on what we KNOW he is still capable of, he is leaving too soon. It’s too soon for you to be done, Kurt. But if this is what he needs to do, I thank him for all that he has done for the Cardinals and I am eternally grateful. Without him, this team wasn’t making it to their first Super Bowl last year. He makes that much of a difference. I will continue to wear my # 13 jersey proudly and often. Maybe we can hope, instead, that when the time comes for Kurt to enter the Hall Of Fame, he will go in as an Arizona Cardinal.

  48. By Rowdy Arno on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    I first got to watch Kurt playing live in Amsterdam, while he was playing for the Admirals in the NFL Europe League. I went to each game that season ever since. He was the best QB the Admirals ever had!! Than St. Louis, than his ups and downs, followed by 2 marvelous years with the Cards. All those years I followed Kurt like I was reading a story. And at some point I guessed that story would end perfectly by Kurt celebrating a second SB win. Kurt, God Bless you, man. You were a fine example, for many of us outthere..

  49. By Seoulman on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    I hope the announcement of a final year is the one that comes. However, I get the feeling that this is it (that being said, I’m not going to stop cheering for the Cards). I have had the honour of meeting and talking one on one with Kurt, and the media has it wrong. What they portray is only 10% of the class act Christian, man, football player, role model he is. I’m hoping for one more year, but if not, Kurt, if you see this, it was an honour to watch you play, and an even greater honour to meet you and call you a brother in Christ.

  50. By JEFF on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    I LIVE IN PENNSYLVANIA AND HAVE BEEN A CARDINAL FAN SINCE I WAS 9 YEARS OLD. I AM 45 NOW, SO ITS BEEN A LOT OF YEARS OF FRUSTRATION, UNTIL LAST YEAR. THANKS KURT FOR THE MEMORIES. I WOULD LOVE ONE MORE YEAR FROM YOU, BUT THAT’S SELFISHNESS ON MY PART, YOU NEED TO RETIRE HEALTHY AND ENJOY YOUR FAMILY IF THAT’S HOW GOD LEADS YOU. I WILL ALWAYS LOVE THE CARDINALS NO MATTER HOW GOOD OR BAD THEY ARE. GOD BLESS YOU AND YOUR FAMILY. YOU ARE TRULY A ROLE MODEL AND HAVE ENCOURAGED ME SO MUCH IN MY SPIRITUAL LIFE, BY WATCHING YOUR LIFE ON THE FOOTBALL FIELD AND IN THE INTERVIEWS ON TV. THANK YOU!

  51. By Joe2 on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    It’s not a done deal yet.

    There was a Phoenix sportscaster who said that Kurt told him once that the way he would really like to finish his career would be to announce it before his final year so that everyone would know ahead of time.

    Of course, saying it and doing it are two different things, tho.

  52. By Secret on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    Perhaps this is a press conference declaring this is next season will be his last guaranteed. He will give it one more go. That’s my prediction.

  53. By Kip on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    You’re the best Kurt! I have been a big fan ever since Des Moines….If a new defense was on the field next year and with you at the helm, I think another run is possible…

  54. By wayne on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    Warner will be missed but the Cardinals are not done, they still have a ton of talent and they are going to be more of a two dimensional offense. 2010 will be WELLS second season and look for huge numbers. Don’t give up on them guys.
    GO CARDS!!!

  55. By Melis on Jan 27, 2010 | Reply

    As I am reading through all of the comments, I have huge tears running down my face. Mr. Warner, I have always defended you, When you struggled with injuries, and people would say that you were a fluke, I would say have you read his stats? A person can’t be that good and be a fluke? More than being one of the best quarterbacks in NFL history, you have been an inspiration! Your attitude and determination and faith have helped me through some difficult times. Thank you for not giving up when the chips were down. God Bless you and your family in your decision.

  56. By Feather on Jan 28, 2010 | Reply

    Darren, I hope all these overnight fans know what they are saying when they post stuff about lienart. His is a Hiesman Trophy winner. Back in 2006 when he was drafted 10th overall he was a “Gift”. He is going to be the franchise QB that he was drafted to be. Now all these bandwagoneers have had alittle sucess with Warner under center, I’m sure. But, what they don’t realize is the potential we have. Warner has shown he is a H.O.F er. But, remember Montana/Young. It annoyes me how these fans that were never around before last year bag on Matt. They weren’t there in Flagstaff in 06′ or 07’or 08′ when we first got Matt and now cause we have a good run they are stuck in the past. Well if Warner does go which I pray he doesn’t, but, if he does i think we will be just fine.

  57. By Chris Waldrop on Jan 28, 2010 | Reply

    Darren,
    Do we know what time this press conference will be held?

  58. By darrenurban on Jan 28, 2010 | Reply

    Chris —

    It has not yet been announced. I figured it will be early afternoon Arizona time.

  59. By Ditship on Jan 28, 2010 | Reply

    It sucks to see Warner go. I couldn’t imagine what else this Presser would be about. It will be VERY interesting to see what the Cards do this offseason with the QB position. If Whis has been shooting straight with Leinart I think we can assume he’ll be starting this coming season. Now I guess we’ll find out is Whis was shooting straight or not.

    I get this feeling we’re going to see some big changes on our team next year.. Not sure if it will be a “RESET” button but things are going to be changing.

  60. By cards fan on Jan 28, 2010 | Reply

    I kind of feel like Warner should play his contract out. I mean the Cards gave him the contract he wanted last year, even though it took another team to get involved he still got it. I hope the Cards don’t feel burned by that. I know it’s hard to fault a guy for retiring at his age, but I feel like the Cards re-started his career and gave him a better chance at the Hall of Fame and to make millions.

  61. By Lesa on Jan 28, 2010 | Reply

    PPPPPPPPPPPLLLLLLLLEEEEEEEAAAAAAASSSSSSSSEEEEEEEEEEEE
    KURT DONT RETIRE YET!! PLEASE PLAY ONE MORE YEAR!!
    NOT THAT YOU WILL READ THIS…..BUT… I HAVE WATCHED YOU WHEN YOU WERE WITH THE RAMS (I LIVE IN ST. LOUIS) THE CARDS WILL ALWAYS BE “MY” TEAM BECAUSE WHEN I WAS 9 I STARTED WATCHING FOOTBALL AND “MY” TEAM WAS IN ST. LOUIS – SO WHAT A GREAT THING FOR “MY” QB & “MY” CARDS TO BE TOGETHER!! PLEASE ONE MORE YEAR KURT!! YOU TOOK THE RAMS TO THE SB & WON SO NOW YOU HAVE TO TAKE “MY” CARDS TO THE SB & WIN TOO!!
    PPPPPPPPPPLLLLLLLLLLLLLEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAASSSSSSSEEEEE

  62. By Melissa on Jan 28, 2010 | Reply

    If Kurt does decide to retire I just want to say thank you for making the Cardinals a great team to watch, and for doing something that no one has ever been able to do for this team take them to the Superbowl.

  63. By NINER on Jan 28, 2010 | Reply

    you can only choke so many times, peace out kurt… NINERS BABY!!!

  64. By darrenurban on Jan 28, 2010 | Reply

    Niner —

    Glad you could add so much eloquence to the discussion.

  65. By Scott Hornberger on Jan 28, 2010 | Reply

    Hey, Niners guy – don’t be surprised next year when Warner is gone and you’re still looking up at the Cardinals in the division. I’d take Leinart over any of your QB’s any time. Leinart is still mostly an unknown and he may turn out to be a great QB. We’ve seen what your QB’s have to offer, and trust me – the Cardinals have nothing to worry about! But, hey, look on the bright side – the Niners can still come in 2nd place in the West.

  66. By Big Red on Jan 28, 2010 | Reply

    Hey, Dan Phillips I’ll call you to let you know how the CARDINALS won there game. I’ll always be a CARDINAL fan no matter who their QB is.

  67. By Stacey on Jan 28, 2010 | Reply

    lol well said Scott.

    Like everyone else I will miss Kurt a lot when/if he retires. I think we, as Cardinal fans, need to stand behind Leinart. Go Cards!

  68. By jaybird on Jan 28, 2010 | Reply

    What can I say that hasn’t already been said in so many ways and often with such elloquence by all of you..
    I played football as a youngster but never really cared to follow the NFL until Thanksgiving 1999 at my sister house where my nephews were talking about this special player….I’m sure there are a lot of stories like mine, but there was something about him, his game, his story, his heart for the game, his heart for God, his heart for people that has inspired me and kept me hanging on to every moment of his career. No more Direct TV for me, no more sports bars for lunch with my family after church, no more pulse at 120 for 4 straight hours but lots of great memories….one of my favorites was ater the 49ers game in ’08 when the interviewer ask him what what he was thinking on the final drive and he answer, “I was thinking about how awesome God is…” God is indeed pretty awesome. thanks Kurt.

  69. By Daleb on Jan 29, 2010 | Reply

    Is going to be a sad day for football. One of the greatest and classiest persons. Folled Kurt from St. Louis and then to Arizona.Had the honor and privilidge to meet Kurt, and have my picture taken with him. Something I will treasure for the rest of my life. Good Luck Kurt & Brenda and kids

  70. By Terry on Jan 29, 2010 | Reply

    It was a great day in St louis when he stepped on the field for the first and a sad day in St Louis and Arizona when he left it. I had the honor of meeting him, sharing an amusement ride in Florida with him, having my picture taken with him and Brenda meeting the children and being invited to and attending his church in MO. He is a blessed and genuinely good person. He gave me a card that I keep in my wallet in his Rams uniform and a Biblical verse on the back. Thanks for the memories and the superbowls. My prayers to him and his family. Truely he and Brenda are a couple of the best people I have ever met. I plan to see you in Canton and hopefully sooner. God Bless.

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