NEW YORK (WFAN) — Retired NFL quarterback Kurt Warner joined Boomer & Carton on Monday to talk a little pigskin heading into Super Bowl XLV.
First, Warner had to get something off his chest.
While with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Santonio Holmes beat Warner’s Arizona Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII with what proved to be the game-winning touchdown catch. Warner is still unsure whether the circus-grab was indeed legitimate.
“Man, I don’t know if that second foot touched, but I’ll tell you what, that was one heck of an effort,” Warner said. “He did a great job, if he didn’t touch that other toe, he did a good job of pretending like he touched that toe.”
And what does Warner think about the upcoming Steelers-Packers Super Bowl?
“I think the great thing about this game is that you don’t really look at either team and say ‘Ok, this is their real weakness,'” Warner explained.
As for his short-lived stint with the Giants, Warner has no apologies.
“I don’t have any regrets,” said Warner. “I came in knowing it might not be a full season, I was hoping it would be, but it was really just to show people I could still play. The one problem was they didn’t play the game like I played the game.”
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