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- Cardinals Re-Sign QB Kurt Warner

Chris Pokorny February 14, 2006
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There were rumors that the Arizona Cardinals may search for yet another new quarterback heading into next season. Apparently, that's not the case anymore. The Cardinals re-signed veteran QB Kurt Warner to a three-year deal on Tuesday. Although they may still bring someone else in, Warner is the starter at the moment.

The Cardinals were 5-11 last year, but Warner threw for a lot of yards and seemed to build some chemistry with the young group of receivers in Larry Fitzgerald and Anquan Boldin.

"I think what it does demonstrate is that we're committed to building a strong nucleus for our football team, and part of that effort is making the right decision about the players you re-invest in," said Cardinals vice president for football operations Rod Graves. "We just consider Kurt Warner part of that process, to reinvest in quality people and quality players."

The Cardinals may select a quarterback in the draft, but if they did, it is doubtful that they would start ahead of Warner to begin the season.

Warner came to the Cardinals from the New York Giants last year. He threw for 2,713 yards, 11 touchdowns, and nine interceptions. He missed several games due to injury, in which he was replaced by QB Josh McCown.


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