FF: Kurt Warner on Giants-Patriots, Cardinals-Seahawks and much more

12/18/2015

Kurt Warner FFEach week, NFL Network analyst Kurt Warner joins us during Westwood One’s coverage of the NFL.

In his latest interview, Kurt is back from his broken jaw and is talking about injuries ON the field – namely the Cincinnati Bengals losing Andy Dalton for the foreseeable future to a broken thumb. He also touches on the success of the Arizona Cardinals ahead of their Sunday Night visit to the Philadelphia Eagles, Russell Wilson’s hot streak for the Seattle Seahawks, the quarterback question in Denver and much more.

(Listen to Football Friday for 12/18/15)

Former All-Pro quarterback Kurt Warner is an analyst for Westwood One on select Monday Night Football broadcasts and is also one of the panelists on NFL Network’s GameDay crew. Watch Kurt every Sunday morning on NFL GameDay Morning at 9 AM Eastern.

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