The end appears to have come for Cards QB Kurt Warner, who according to sources will have a press conference tomorrow to announce the end of his Hall of Fame career.
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner will announce his retirement at a news conference Friday, according to a report by David Kaplan of the Tribune and WGN.
Citing a source close to the situation, Kaplan reports that the 38-year-old quarterback will call it a career despite having led the Cardinals to the Super Bowl last season and back to the playoffs again this season.
The four-time Pro Bowler has passed for 32,344 yards and 208 touchdowns in a 12-year career with the Rams, Giants and Cardinals.
Warner’s career ended with the Cardinals winning two straight NFC West titles, and of course last season they were just seconds away from a Super Bowl before the Steelers came back to beat Arizona 27-23.