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Former NFL quarterback Kurt Warner went on the radio last week and claimed that he wouldn’t want his kids to play football because of the dangers that are involved with it dur to the hits players take that often lead to head injuries. After former NFL wide receiver Amani Toomer heard Warner’s comments, he went on television and stated that Warner is ruining the game of football and isn’t supporting it the way he needs to. After hearing Toomer’s response, Warner made an appearance on ESPN Radio and tried to clear things up. But he obviously didn’t feel like it was enough, because he’s released a statement on the matter on his official website. You can read it below. “After a busy week in NFL news I wanted to take a minute to respond to the critics of the recent comments that I made regarding my boys and the game of football. First, let me say that it always disappoints me that we can no longer respect others opinions, choose to disagree and use them as a means of dialogue to ...
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