Warner on the field today

Posted by Darren Urban on November 25, 2009 – 10:37 am

Quarterback Kurt Warner is out on the field for the beginning of practice and, at least by this early look, seems like he’ll be practicing today. We’ll see how much he is able to do — he could turn out to be limited — but the fact he is at least going to take part is a positive sign for his availability this week. Further updates will come later, after practice and after Warner and coach Ken Whisenhunt meet with the media. Obviously, that’ll be one of the big stories of the day.

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20 Responses to “Warner on the field today”

  1. By William on Nov 25, 2009 | Reply

    If he can’t play, we’re doomed.

  2. By Eric G on Nov 25, 2009 | Reply

    William, we are not screwed if Warner can’t play. It was obvious that Whis had a different package when Matt came in. It was very conservative, especially after the fumble. I think Whis basically made the decision to let his D win the game, which they did. I’d rather have Warner out there too, but we’re not screwed if Matt is back there.

  3. By Jay Martin on Nov 25, 2009 | Reply

    Darren, has Whiz or Warner commented on the tests that were supposed to take place yesterday?

  4. By darrenurban on Nov 25, 2009 | Reply

    Jay —

    I am sure that will come up after practice, but if Warner is practicing, he must have passed.

  5. By Mike on Nov 25, 2009 | Reply

    Name a team that wouldn’t be doomed without their hall of fame QB.

  6. By chris on Nov 25, 2009 | Reply

    why do we always slam leinart down i mean wasnt it in preseson when he threw for over 300 yrds in one half he is not as good cause he never plays or has as much experiance….like look at the steelers running bk mendenhall compared to parker
    he was given a chance well kinda told he had one more chance and now he pretty much gave the steelers some kind of running game cause he was given a chance i think we will do fine with out warner not putting up as many numbers but still. GO CARDS!!!!

  7. By FITZGIRL11 on Nov 25, 2009 | Reply

    we always gotta look at the bright side we have a 3 game lead in our if WARNER needs the time to get better its all good in the hood ;)..NFL POWER RANKINGS out today CARDS #5 we’re getting the RESPECT we deserve GOO CARDS!!!

  8. By John Rennecamp on Nov 25, 2009 | Reply

    Ironic how the league encourages officials to call such rediculous penalties to protect the QB but a legal hit causes so much damage not just to Kurt but Roethlisberger and Bulger,too.

  9. By Jesus on Nov 25, 2009 | Reply

    just new to the bandwagon are you, Lienart has played well in the past.

  10. By Joe-B on Nov 25, 2009 | Reply

    Do you know if Leinart is going to get more time in practice than he normally does in case Warner can’t go?

  11. By darrenurban on Nov 25, 2009 | Reply

    Joe-B —

    I will have to ask about that.

  12. By Matt on Nov 25, 2009 | Reply

    I don’t know if we will be doomed, but we will have a much harder time with the Titans than if he was playing. Lienart has been better than the rest of the backup quarterbacks throughout the league and if he gets the reps, I think that he could really produce. The hardest part about his position is that he follows Warner, which for anyone in the league will make them look rough and unpolished. Either way, the o-line needs to give whoever is at quaterback the best protection they can, which will allow them to make good reads and decisions.

  13. By Dave on Nov 25, 2009 | Reply

    By Mike on Nov 25, 2009 | Reply

    Name a team that wouldn’t be doomed without their hall of fame QB.

    The Pats went 11-5 last year without theirs. He was Leinart’s BACKUP at USC.

  14. By Timbo on Nov 25, 2009 | Reply

    I’m with everyone on having Kurt back but unfortunatly we have to look at the future a little and I am hot and cold on Matt but I believe that he is the future if he stays if not who knows.I also agree with Cris that Matt has to play to get better and preseason really doesn’t count.

  15. By Jesse Robles on Nov 25, 2009 | Reply

    How is Cody Brown recovering? Or has he not even been around?

  16. By darrenurban on Nov 25, 2009 | Reply

    Jesse —

    He’s been around a bit. I haven’t heard anything about him; I assume he’s healing as expected.

  17. By Scott on Nov 25, 2009 | Reply

    Yea…My heart wants Leinart to be good, the problem is he isn’t Kurt. Doesn’t everyone remember when coach Wiz put Warner in for the no-huddle situations (2007) after Matt wasn’t getting the job done? Kurt came into game situations and scored TD’s. The Ravens game, the Steelers game, and then injury to #7 in the Rams game. Kurt takes over and in week 6 Warners arm gets blown up. What does he do? He plays the rest of the season with ONE ARM! I don’t know how he did it but it just proves that #13 is a HOF QB whom you can’t just replace. The Cards were a 55 yrd field goal (in Wash) and a called INT that wasn’t (in Tampa) from making the playoffs. Then the Denny Green mistake is corrected, Warner wins the starting job and here we are. Maybe its being left handed, maybe it not having chemistry, or enough reps with the 1st team, whatever it is you can’t just count on Leinart to be able to come in and score like Kurt can.

  18. By oliver on Nov 26, 2009 | Reply

    glad to see Kurt is OK. I’m a jets fan first but also root for the cardinals because Warner is my favorite player. I think the team is more together now than when Matt last started and think he will do fine when Kurt retires. I think the team should have a spy on Vince Young at all times if he does not hand off force him to pass instead and they will win.

  19. By Bigpp on Nov 28, 2009 | Reply

    kurt plays if not it’s better not watch. it will be messy matt is a damn joke.

  20. By Bigpp on Nov 29, 2009 | Reply

    i was right we lost

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