Not long ago, former NFL quarterback Kurt Warner called himself a “one-trick pony.” Well, this one-trick pony now has three jobs.
Hired by FOX to broadcast games and ABC to dance with the stars (and the non-star pop-culture curiosities), Warner now will be moonlighting from his moonlighting by working for NFL Network.
“Kurt’s accomplishments on the field speak for themselves,” NFL Network executive producer Eric Weinberger said in a release. “We welcome him as he transitions from a Hall of Fame-caliber playing career to broadcasting, where he joins our roster of all-pro analysts.”
Warner will work as an in-studio analyst on Total Access, and he will contribute to other NFL Network shows and specials. The frequency of his appearances has not been specific.
“I enjoyed working on Arena football games on NFL Network and appreciate the opportunity to join NFL Network’s strong team of analysts,” Warner said. “This season I look forward to talking about the hits and not taking them for the first time.”
Cardinals fans everywhere wish that weren’t the case.