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Kurt for Canton: A collection of content

Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner answers questions during the team's media day for Super Bowl XLIII Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2009, in Tampa, Fla. The Cardinals will play the Pittsburgh Steelers in the NFL Super Bowl football game on Sunday, Feb. 1. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)

On Feb. 4, Kurt Warner will learn whether or not he will be inducted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame as part of the 2017 class.

The quarterback who played for the St. Louis Rams, New York Giants and Arizona Cardinals — leading the Rams and Cardinals to great heights — has a good chance, according to most pundits, which is music to the ears of most fans who had the pleasure of watching him play for their team.

Here at Arizona Sports, we’ve taken some time to look back at Warner’s tenure with the Cardinals through a variety of different stories, videos and notes, and this space will be used to collect it all into one nice, neat page.


The numbers…they’re pretty good

A look at Kurt Warner’s remarkable NFL career: By the Numbers

Sometimes pictures tell the story

Kurt Warner’s storybook Arizona tenure, in photos

Kurt the Cardinal (and not the Ram)

The case for Kurt Warner the Cardinal vs. Kurt Warner the Ram

Test your Kurt Warner knowledge with some trivia

Trivia Tuesday: Kurt Warner’s Arizona passing targets

Ahh, memories

The 5: Most memorable Cardinals performances by Kurt Warner

Even a former Ram says Kurt was better in Arizona

Former Rams teammate: Kurt Warner belongs in HoF, was better in Arizona

A ‘No Doubter’

ESPN’s Hoge: Kurt Warner is a Hall of Famer, ‘no doubt’

It’s about salesmanship

ESPN’s John Clayton: Getting Kurt Warner into Hall of Fame is ‘about salesmanship’

Kurt: A Retrospective Video Series

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