Ex-Rams and Cardinals QB Kurt Warner is among this year's 15 finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Kurt Warner has denied former Cardinals scout Dave Razzano's claim that he only chose to retire after being "lowballed" by the Cardinals.
Former NFL scout Dave Razzano says he's been told by Kurt Warner's "people" that Warner wanted to play in 2010, but opted to retire after being "lowballed" by the Cardinals.
Adam Schefter reported on ESPN's Sunday Morning Countdown that multiple Cardinals players gave Kurt Warner the "Brett Favre treatment," calling and texting him to pressure him into coming back over the past month.
Kurt Warner recently insisted that he's "completely at peace" with retirement and "the itch [to play football] has not come back one bit."
Cardinals placed QB Kurt Warner on the reserve/retired list.
Kurt Warner disputes rumors that he might be considering a return to playing football this season.
Profootballtalk.com passes along "some rumblings" that Kurt Warner might consider coming out of retirement.
Kurt Warner announced his retirement from football Friday, as expected.
Updating a previous item, Kurt Warner has been in contact with the Cardinals and has kept them up-to-date on his plans for Friday's press conference.
Despite scheduling a news conference for Friday, Kurt Warner has yet to inform the Cardinals of his future plans.
A league source tells CBS Sports' Clark Judge that Kurt Warner won't necessarily declare his retirement at Friday's press conference.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that the Cardinals have scheduled a Friday press conference to address Kurt Warner's future.
Sounding like a player dead-set on retiring, Kurt Warner told ESPN's Rick Reilly that playing football has lost its fun.