Some great news coming out of Arizona is that Kurt Warner might play this Sunday. And that's a big "might." Huge, actually.
He's been practicing all week long, and even the Detroit Free Press doesn't know exactly what's going on.
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner went through a third consecutive day of practice Friday with a brace on his nonthrowing elbow, but said it didn't feel as well as Thursday.
So he's regressing?
"He did a couple things here and there, but it's going to be how it feels on Sunday," Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt said of Warner. "That's what it's going to come down to."
So it's a gameday decision. Alright, I can deal with that. Hey, I'd rather see Warner than Tim Rattay or, gasp, Tim Hasselbeck. But at the same time, I don't want Warner to aggravate anything either. In other words, I'd rather have him miss this Sunday's game against the uber-aggressive Ravens than see him miss the next 3-4 weeks because he re-injured himself.
So, it's up to you: Should he play, Sunday?
On a side note, Anquan Boldin is probable for the game. According to the report, he's far from being a lock to play, but he has practiced the past three days. If both Warner and Boldin return, that would be huge in determining the game's outcome.
Should Warner suit up and play Sunday?
This poll is closed
Absolutely, we need this win
No, it's risky. He might not even be 100%