Despite torn ligaments in his non-throwing (left) elbow, Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner practiced for a second straight day on Thursday, increasing the chances he will start against the Washington Redskins.
In a move that was hardly unexpected, but which quashes any discussion of real competition at the position, Arizona Cardinals coach Dennis Green on Wednesday said that Kurt Warner is the team's starting quarterback going into June workouts.
Making quick use of some of the salary cap savings realized with the release of Kurt Warner earlier in the week, the St. Louis Rams have added two veteran players at areas where the team was seeking to improve its depth.
With a long day of courtship behind them, the New York Giants and quarterback Kurt Warner are expected to complete a contract agreement on Thursday, several league sources told ESPN.com late Wednesday night.
In a situation fraught with potential irony, the team that exposed Kurt Warner last season as a quarterback in decline could be the team that helps resurrect the career of the former St. Louis Rams starter and two-time NFL MVP.