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Dan Patrick frequently talks about his former employer, ESPN, (aka the “Mothership”), on his nationally syndicated and televised radio show, but he doesn’t often go after them as much as he did on Friday.
Patrick was upset that ESPN Radio morning talk show host Colin Cowherd seemed to rip him off without giving credit, and he called him out for it.
What happened is Patrick interviewed Kurt Warner on Thursday morning and asked the former quarterback turned analyst if he would want his children to play football because it’s so dangerous. Warner said he preferred if they didn’t, and was called out by another player for his opinion.
According to Awful Announcing, Cowherd had Warner on his show later in the morning (audio here), and started off the interview asking about the same subject.
“You know, Kurt, yesterday on the tragic death of Junior Seau one of the first things I thought about was the effect it’s going to have on the game long term and mothers and fathers saying, ‘you know...
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Asked during a recent interview if he would rather his children not play football, the former NFL quarterback great said, "Yes, I would."
Kurt Warner told Dan Patrick that he would prefer that his kids didn't play football:
“They both have the dream, like dad, to play in the NFL,” Warner said. “That’s their goal. And when you hear...
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Former NFL quarterback Kurt Warner played for the St. Louis Rams, New York Giants and most recently, the Arizona Cardinals during his time in the league.
Prior to his NFL career, Warner was playing with the Iowa Barnstormers of the Arena Football League.
Before the 1997 AFL season, Warner requested and earned a tryout with the Chicago Bears, but an injury to his throwing elbow caused...
One of the alarming details from the Saints bounty program that got Jonathan Vilma into trouble involves Kurt Warner. The NFL says their investigation revealed that Vilma, who has been suspended for the entire 2012 season, pledged $10,000 to any teammate who knocked Warner out during a 2009 playoff game between the Cardinals and the Saints. During an appearance on the Dan Patrick...
Former NFL quarterback Kurt Warner made an appearance on the Dan Patrick Show on Thursday and discussed the penalties that the NFL handed out to the Saints players that were involved in the bounty scandal as well as the recent passing of former NFL linebacker Junior Seau.
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Less than twenty-four hours from learning of the death of former NFL great Junior Seau, another NFL legend, Kurt Warner, made an appearance on the “Dan Patrick Show”. During the course of the ten minute interview, Warner was asked if, in light of what is now known about concussions along with his own experiences in [...]
Earlier this week, Kurt Warner turned a number of heads with his comments about not wanting his children to play football. In the wake of the Junior Seau tragedy and what we currently know about head trauma caused by football injuries, Warner said that as a parent he would prefer for his sons to play something else. First, we heard Amani Toomer blasting the former NFL quarterback...
A day after former NFL player Amani Toomer said Kurt Warner was trashing the game of football for saying he wouldn't want his kids playing the sport, ESPN analyst Merril Hoge decided to pile on Warner for the statement. Never mind that Warner backed off the comments.
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Former NFL player and current ESPN analyst Merril Hoge has a habit of speaking his mind, for better or for worse. Hoge had some strong words on NFL Live in regards to Kurt Warner’s comments Thursday that Warner wouldn’t want his sons to play football. Here are Hoge’s comments, via Pro Football Talk: “I think [...]