Everyone has to start somewhere. These football players took an unusual route to the NFL.
Keeping the football Friday theme going, Al Dukes booked NFL great and current NFL Network analyst Kurt Warner to join Boomer and Craig…
The line between sports stardom and show business continue to blur. But one of the latest athletes to sign on to a small screen series, retired NFL quarterback Kurt Warner, said reality television doesn’t have to mean a public relations disaster — as long as it’s done right.
The Giants are hoping that newly-draft quarterback Ryan Nassib never plays, but are going to make sure he’s ready in case Eli Manning ever misses a game.
“I do believe that he has the potential to lead a football team if you get the right pieces around him,” Warner said. “But the problem is that they’ve got a long way to go here in New York to get the right pieces around him.”
The former football great is now hosting a reality show that helps others answer the question we’ve all had at one point – “what if?”
Kurt Warner can be seen all over the NFL Network these days covering the sport he once played professionally. And covering it well, I might add.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell upheld the suspensions of ex-Jet Jonathan Vilma and Will Smith on Tuesday for their role in the New Orleans Saints’ bounty scandal, and reduced penalties for Scott Fujita and Anthony Hargrove.
Mark Sanchez has many years left in the league, but he has this year to prove that his first two years were more representative than the last two. Another 8-8 season could cement his fate as a second or third-tier quarterback.
There were plenty of people doubting Mark Sanchez. It’s just one game, but those naysayers might be having second thoughts now.
When Warner said he was scared to let his sons play the game, quite a few members of the pro football fraternity turned on him. I say good for you, Kurt.
Former Giants wide receiver Amani Toomer has been a one-man headline machine lately. His latest comments drew harsh criticism from a pair of former teammates.
In an otherwise cold month in the sporting calendar, Lin made everyone warmer. And Lin made everyone better, not just scoring but imbuing an otherwise fallow team and town with hope. The impact was real and the team’s record reflected it.
If Mr. Warner’s wanting assessment of Eli Manning is any indication, he may still suffer from post-concussion symptoms, which seem to include headaches and player hating.
Eli Manning, Pro Football Hall of Famer? Not according to one former Giants teammate.