Biggs: Warner to contemplate his future
NEW ORLEANS—Kurt Warner has been asked about it a lot over the last year. A million times by his count.
And he doesn’t think it will take long to come to a decision on his career after the Arizona Cardinals’ season ended with a 45-14 loss to the New Orleans Saints tonight in the divisional round of the playoffs at the Superdome.
Warner was knocked out of the game briefly in the second quarter. His short pass was intercepted by defensive end Will Smith and when Warner went to make a play on Smith, defensive end Bobby McCray blindsided him, injuring his ribs.
“A big hit like that makes you think twice about playing this game,” Warner said with a laugh. ``I have a lot of ideas in my head but what I need to do is just get away. And by that I mean get away from the season and talk it over with my wife. As I’ve told you a million times before, (retirement) is something I will think about and answer later. I don’t think it will be a long and drawn out process.
“I think it’s something I will discuss with my family and inform the organization about what I plan to do as soon as I have time to think about it.”
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