View Poll Results: Do you want Kurt Warner to sign a 1-day contract so he can retire as a Ram?

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    Re: If Warner decides to retire:

    I absolutely want that to happen. However, if I were a Cards fan, I would mention that Warner has played more games in Arizona, taken more snaps in Arizona, and completed more passes in Arizona.

    But I'm not a Cards fan.

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    Re: If Warner decides to retire:

    Warner is one of those few players that really can be remembered for both teams. Amazing 3 years with us, and another great 3 year run with Arizona. Also has several records set with both teams.
    Most Arizona fans I know also love Warner as much as we did (or still do) when he was here. Some even say he could make their Ring of Honor.
    Anyway, I'd still like to see him retire a Ram, but if we are gonna do that, Bruce would have to be the guy to give it to this year.

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    Re: If Warner decides to retire:

    Here's an interesting thought! Since the Arizona Cardinals migrated from the city of St. louis then in some sense we're like cousins between the two franchises. I say he's a Ram first then a Cardinal second since pretty much that's how his career unfolded. New York was just a temporary foster home!!

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    Re: If Warner decides to retire:

    I would like for him to retire as a Card,but it`s up to Kurt and i`m just happy to have had him play for us..end of an era

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    Re: If Warner decides to retire:

    When the Rams played the Cards last season he was rooting for the Cards.. I'm still disgusted to this day.

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    Re: If Warner decides to retire:

    Quote Originally Posted by sosa39rams View Post
    When the Rams played the Cards last season he was rooting for the Cards.. I'm still disgusted to this day.
    The way we treated the Warner Bulger situation disgusted me, I'm sure it did to him too. Hated it and was very against it, those were the dark days where 04-08 I probably watched less games than a whole season. So I don't blame him if he prefers the Cards. It isn't set in stone he has to be with us just cause he won a superbowl with us.

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    Re: If Warner decides to retire:

    Quote Originally Posted by sosa39rams View Post
    When the Rams played the Cards last season he was rooting for the Cards.. I'm still disgusted to this day.
    I would say that would be his connection to the current players on the team ie fitzgerald.

    Warner still is a Ram at heart

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    Re: If Warner decides to retire:

    Two things......

    1) WHO voted NO!!!!!! Really? Name another QB that was at the helm for a Ram SB VICTORY and then get back to me

    2) While I love Warner and he will forever be held in high regard, I am not sure he would look to retire as a RAM ONLY. I see his number being retired on both cities and really not sure who Warner would have more affinity for. He does live in AZ.
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