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Warner didn’t feel like target of cheap shot

The football world shook Wednesday morning following the
announcement of the suspensions to four players in the
wake of the New Orleans’ Saints pay-for-performance/bounty
program.

The NFL’s official release made public Wednesday made
reference to a $10,000 bounty put on Arizona Cardinals
quarterback Kurt Warner during their 2010 NFC Divisional
Playoff game, won by the Saints 45-14.

In that game, following an interception thrown by Warner,
Saints’ defensive tackle Bobby McCray laid out the
quarterback, knocking him from the game in the second
quarter.

Warner eventually returned in the second half,
but that
proved to be his last game in the NFL as he announced his
retirement two weeks later.