The Arizona Cardinals are inducting former quarterback Kurt Warner into their Ring of Honor.
He'll enter the Ring of Honor at halftime of the Cardinals' Sept. 8 game against the San Diego Chargers at University of Phoenix Stadium.
He's the 14th former Cardinal to receive the honor and the first since Hall of Fame cornerback Aeneas Williams was added to the Ring of Honor in 2008.
"I think one of the things that I always think about was how the Cardinals gave me an opportunity when not many teams out there were going to give me an opportunity," Warner said. "And the one thing that I always say to myself is I want to make sure that when a team invests in me that they get their investment's worth. I'm honored to think that now, going into the Ring of Honor, that hopefully that shows that you were happy with your investment."
In 2008, Warner led Arizona to Super Bowl, XLIII, which the Cardinals lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
He played one more season.
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